Source: Russian Federation Ministry of Internal Affairs in English
Today, First Deputy-Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Police Colonel-General Aleksandr Gorovoy held a working meeting with Deputy Minister of Public Security of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam Bui Van Nam.
In his welcome speech, Aleksandr Gorovoy noted that historically, Russia and Vietnam had developed relations of friendship, which continue to develop and improve in different directions.
“An important factor of our interdepartmental cooperation is the practice of signing three-year programs of joint actions. I would like to express my satisfaction with the successful implementation of this Program in the past three years,” the First Deputy-Minister stressed.
In turn, Bui Van Nam appreciated high the current level of development of the Russian-Vietnamese cooperation in the law enforcement.
Representatives of law enforcement agencies of the two countries discussed the issues of Interpol interaction and the interaction in the migration sphere, and also examined the state of cooperation in the field of personnel training.
Both the parties confirmed their readiness for further work on the widest range of law enforcement issues.
The bilateral meeting resulted in signing the Program of Joint Actions between the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Public Security of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam for 2019-2021.
In conclusion, Bui Van Nam introduced to the Russian side Dang Xuan Hong – the new officer of the representative office of the MPS of Vietnam in Moscow.