CHINA, LESOTHO TO STRENGTHEN CO-OPERATION IN LAW-ENFORCEMENT, SECURITY
BEIJING– China and Lesotho have agreed to strengthen co-operation on law-enforcement and security, as public security ministers from the two countries met in Beijing Monday.
“The two countries’ law enforcement departments should step up pragmatic co-operation in chasing fugitives and illicit money, and law-enforcement capability-building,” said Chinese State Councilor Zhao Kezhi, who is also the Minister of Public Security.
He also called for more efforts to ensure the security of citizens and organizations in each other’s countries.
“China always treats Lesotho as a sincere friend for common development,” Zhao said, pledging to strengthen all-round cooperation with Lesotho and uphold justice while pursuing shared interests.
Mampho Mokhele, Lesotho’s minister of police and public security, agreed to beef up co-operation with China in law-enforcement and security.
The Kingdom of Lesotho, known as the mountain Kingdom, is a landlocked nation completely surrounded by SouthAfrica.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK