China willing to share anti-terror intelligence

Updated: 2014-11-05 13:37


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BEIJING - China is willing to exchange counter-terrorism intelligence and carry out joint anti-terror operations with other countries at a proper time, according to the Ministry of Public Security.

Meng Hongwei, Vice Minister of Public Security, made the remarks at the ministerial meeting of the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) held Monday and Tuesday in Monaco.

He said that China would like to intensify international security cooperation to fight against violent terrorism, including the East Turkestan Islamic Movement, and cyber terrorism, blocking the channels for terrorists' personnel and capital flows.

Meng also stressed to advance cooperation in chasing fugitives overseas and getting illicit money back, hoping Interpol will provide more support for members' anti-terror and fugitive operations.

China is one of the founding members of the Interpol, the biggest police cooperation organization in the world, which was founded in 1914 in Monaco.