Friday, October 30, 2009
Thursday, October 29, 2009
(Posted by CAAI News Media)
Vietnam and Cambodia on Thursday discussed an agreement to strengthen public security ties as well as an extradition treaty to deal with crimes along their border areas.
Police said border crimes have become more complex and serious than previous years. Since the beginning of last year, more than 1,890 smuggling cases were detected involving goods worth US$6.2 million.
Other crimes, including drugs, arms and human trafficking, have also thrived along the Vietnam-Cambodia border, which stretches for nearly 1,200 kilometers.
Vietnam has 10 provinces bordering Cambodia with a total population of 12.65 million.
Reported by Bao Thien