Georgia’s Minister of Internal Affairs Giorgi Mgebrishvili and Vice Prime Minister and Public Security Minister of China Guo Shengkun has signed an agreement of cooperation between Georgian and Chinese law enforcers against crime.
The decision came after Mgebrishvili’s first official visit to China today.
Signing the deal was a precondition for Georgian-Chinese higher level economic and tourism relations.
Crime, and especially an international crime, goes beyond the borders of only one nation and joint activities among states against crime is essential,” Mgebrishvili stated.
The Georgian Minister briefed his counterpart over completed and planned reforms in the Ministry of Internal Affairs and familiarized him with scheduled innovative projects and the activities of the Joint Operations multifunctional center in Tbilisi, applying high technologies.
Shengkun vowed his country’s support to the development of the technical capabilities of Georgia’s police.
In the next month, a training organized by China will take place in Beijing, where Georgian expert-criminalists will be trained for Criminalistics and Investigative Actions.
It is the first time Georgian law enforcers participate in such a large-scale police event in China.