Outcome of China Forum on International Legal Cooperation released
A statement was released as the outcome of the China Forum on International Legal Cooperation held in Guangzhou from Nov 10 to 11. The statement says that it is necessary to carry out multi-layer, multi-channel and across-the-board legal cooperation.
It calls for support for participants of the Belt and Road Initiative in deepening their cooperation on cyber security, crackdowns on cross-border crimes, drug trafficking and the “Three Forces” (namely, terrorism, separatism and extremism) joint law enforcement and security safeguards; in strengthening the building of law-based and honest governments and reinforcing the rule of law as the foundation for the building of the Belt and Road; in using the rule of law as a way of thinking to resolve disputes through dialogue and negotiation and continuing to enhance the consensus and mutual-trust in the rule of law;
News from: Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China.