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The 11th China-ASEAN Prosecutors-General Conference closed
time:2018-08-17 Source:SPP of China  

The 11th China-ASEAN Prosecutors-General Conference closed.

Zhang Jun signed joint declaration with Prosecutors-General of participating countries and met with Prosecutor General of Brunei.


The heads of delegations attending the China-ASEAN Prosecutors-General Conference took a family photo hand in hand in August 15.

The 11th China-ASEAN Prosecutors-General Conference closed in August 15. Zhang Jun, Prosecutor General of the Supreme People’s Procuratorate of the People’s Republic of China, signed joint declaration with Prosecutors-General of participating countries.

The joint declaration pointed out that procuratorates of China-ASEAN member states continue to uphold the principle of equality, mutual trust and mutual benefit and have further reached consensus on issues such as judicial assistance, fulfillment of conventions and treaties, investigation and evidence collection, institution setup, intelligence exchange, capacity building, criminal policy and risk prevention and control related to combating cybercrime. The joint declaration reaffirmed that ASEAN member states should take effective measures to continue combat transnational crime on the basis of mutual respect for national sovereignty, judicial jurisdiction and national laws.

Zhang Jun met with Dato Paduka Haji Hairol Arni bin Haji Abdul Majid, Attorney General of Brunei. He first congratulated him on his new appointment five days ago and success of this conference. He noted that China and Brunei are close neighbors across the sea. As early as the Tang Dynasty, there were trade exchanges, and continued to flourish through the generations of the Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties. They established strategic cooperative relations and continuously deepened mutually beneficial cooperation transcending differences in national conditions and social systems since the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. Last year, Brunei Sultan Hassanal visited China and held talks with President Xi Jinping to jointly plan future cooperation between the two countries and laid a solid foundation for the greater development of bilateral relations in the new era. The judicial organs of the two countries have the responsibility to implement the consensus reached by the two heads of state.

Zhang Jun made three suggestions to his Brunei counterpart. First, to enrich and develop friendly relations between the two sides at a higher level. As the leaders of the procuratorates of their respective countries, they should work together to promote the existing good relations of cooperation between the two institutions to a higher level. The two sides should further expand cooperation areas and innovate cooperation methods to achieve a win-win and all-win situation. Second, we will continue to strengthen in-depth cooperation in the field of criminal justice. We hope that the procuratorial organs of the two countries will jointly address the threat of traditional crimes such as smuggling of drugs, human trafficking, money laundering and the challenges of new cybercrime, continuously strengthen the cooperation on the fight against crimes in finance and science and technology, and continue to increase the intensity of combating transnational organized crime, so that criminals have nowhere to escape. Third, to jointly maintain and develop the conference mechanism and implement the joint declaration. The conference mechanism has gone through 14 years of history and has become an important platform for multilateral exchanges. We must maintain it and develop it well. The joint declaration signed by the participating parties under the solemn ceremony is an important legal document and we must fully implement this multilateral agreement.

Huo Min, the Chief Prosecutor of the People’s Procuratorate of Fujian Province, Lin Yiying, the Chief Prosecutor of the People’s Procuratorate of Guangdong Province and Cui Zhiyou, the Chief Prosecutor of the People’s Procuratorate of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, attended the closing ceremony and related meetings.





(Translated by Chen Huihui)

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