PSNews - The Vietnamese Ministry of Public Security held the fifth Vietnam-Japan Deputy Ministerial Security Dialogue on November 30 in Hanoi.
|At the dialogue
Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Thanh, Deputy Minister of Public Security of Vietnam, and Deputy Commissioner-General of the Japanese National Police Agency Kuryu Shunichi co-chaired the dialogue.
At the dialogue, Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh welcomed the guest delegation, saying that the relationship between Vietnam and Japan is in the best period in history since the establishment of the bilateral diplomatic relations. The two countries have become reliable partners in all aspects, such as security, economics, culture, education, while continuing strengthening the Vietnam-Japan Extensive Strategic Partnership for Peace and Prosperity in Asia.
Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh emphasized that the Vietnamese Ministry of Public Security always attaches great importance to cooperation with the Japanese National Police Agency and considers the relation one of the key pillars contributing to promoting the Vietnam-Japan strategic partnership.
The Vietnamese deputy minister then expressed his wish that the friendship and cooperation between Vietnam and Japan in general and between the Vietnamese Ministry of Public Security and the Japanese National Police Agency in particular would develop in all aspects.
Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh pointed out that the fifth Vietnam-Japan Deputy Ministerial Security Dialogue took place in the context of new developments of international and regional crimes. Industry 4.0 will have tremendous impacts on the global security and order.
According to Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh, the link between the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS) and radical Islamist terrorist groups in the region is growing; a number of Southeast Asian countries have witnessed a lot of terrorist activities, taking place under various forms in the cyberspace, posing great challenges to countries, especially Japan in the upcoming Olympic Games 2020.
On the other hand, the situation of transnational crimes has also been complicated, requiring close coordination among relevant countries.By Phung Nguyen