Source Pravda.Ru

Russian Interior Minister to set on official visit to China

On On Monday, Russian Minister of the Interior Boris Gryzlov is leaving for the People's Republic of China on an official visit. As the press service of the Ministry reported, in the course of the visit the Russian Interior Minister will meet with Minister of the Public Security of China Jia Chungwang. The Ministers are expected to sum up the meeting by signing an agreement on bilateral cooperation in the fight against transnational criminal groups, drug trafficking and illegal migration.

The heads of the law-enforcement agencies will discuss "the pressing border problems" and will map out prospects for further cooperation.

As the press service officials noted, after that Gryzlov will leave for Mongolia on a working trip.

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