China-Pakistan to strengthen cooperation in law enforcement

The China-Pakistan bilateral strategic cooperative partnership aims to promote regional peace and stability. Chinese State Councilor and Minister of Public Security Zhao Kezhi called Pakistani Interior Minister Ijaz Ahmed to discuss the issues of mutual interests. In a phone conversation, both sides agreed to further expand and strengthen cooperation in law enforcement capacity building, anti-terrorism, and security along CPEC. Meanwhile, the Pakistan Navy has reaffirmed its commitment to the security of Gwadar port.

BEIJING: Chinese State Councilor and Minister of Public Security Zhao Kezhi has said that the Chinese side stands ready to maintain strategic communication and deepen law enforcement cooperation with the Pakistani side. Zhao made the remarks in a phone conversation with Pakistani Interior Minister Ijaz Ahmed Shah.

China, he said, is ready to work with Pakistan to earnestly implement the important consensus reachedby the leaders of the two countries, further strengthen practical cooperation in such areas as anti-terrorism, security along the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and law enforcement capacity building, and expand police exchanges and cooperation between their local counterparts, so as to safeguard the common interests as well as security and stability of the two countries, and continuously promote the China-Pakistan all-weather strategic cooperative partnership.

For his part, the Pakistani minister said his country is willing to jointly implement the consensus between the leaders of the two countries and bolster practical cooperation in law enforcement and security fields such as anti-terrorism.

September 8, 2020: Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi says Pakistan Navy is fully capable and vigilantly guarding country’s maritime interests.

He said with the realization of CPEC Project, Pakistan Navy is alive to its growing responsibilities and role in its success and security of lynchpin Gwadar Port.