Tehran (IP) - Vietnam's Public Security Minister stressed that Vietnam is willing to expand its cooperation with Iran in many fields, especially in security and law enforcement.

Iran PressIran news: Vietnam's Public Security Minister Tô Lâm in a meeting with Iran's Police Chief, Ahmad-Reza Radan in Tehran on May 21, 2023, reminded to implement the agreements as soon as possible inked between the two countries, in order to improve the quality of police forces.

He emphasized increasing the exchange of information, especially in fighting organized crime, advanced technologies, and IT fields, as well as bilateral cooperation to ensure the safety of the citizens of the two countries in case of traveling for business or other purposes.

He urged to hold seminars and working groups in the near future for more discussion on issues such as cyber, and organized crimes, terrorism, as well as training and language learning of the two countries' police forces.

He said: "Vietnam's Ministry of Security is fully prepared to teach the Vietnamese language to Iranian police forces."

He invited the Iranian police chief, Ahmad-Reza Radan to Vietnam for the negotiations between the two countries.

Also, Iran’s Minister of Interior Ahmad Vahidi, and Vietnam's Public Security Minister, General To Lam have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on combating cybercrime, organized crime, and drug trafficking.


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