CHAIRMAN of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing and member of the Secretariat of the Chinese Communist Party Central Committee State Councillor of the People’s Republic of China and Minister of Public Security Mr Wang Xiaohong held a talk on attacks of MNDAA insurgents on security camps in northeast region of Myanmar with attempts to deteriorate peace and stability in the region and bilateral cooperation measures at the Credentials Hall of the Office of the SAC Chairman in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
Both sides also focused on the situations of Myanmar and China which are trustful for each other, friendly relations between the two countries and enhancement of diplomatic relations.
They also emphasized plans to take action against offenders in online gambling, fraudulent communications, production of narcotic drugs and trafficking in the Laukkai region, interference of a world powerhouse in affairs of global countries including Myanmar’s affairs and manipulating these countries under the double standard with selfishness.
They also frankly exchanged views on the occurrence of ethnic armed conflicts based on the power struggle of ethnic groups in northern Shan State since the post-independence period, production and trafficking of narcotic drugs by some ethnic armed organizations, an unrest of Phon/ Yan groups in Kokang region, empowering Pei group, attempts to grasp power, production of arms and ammunition, deterioration of border region peace and stability due to inflow of arms and ammunition, plans to effectively restrict illegal online gambling and online scam in the border region and exposing the offenders and taking action against them, plans to verify the businesses not in line with the law in the region and formation of the joint law enforcement and security bodies between the two countries.
Also present at the meeting were SAC Joint Secretary Lt-Gen Ye Win Oo, Council member Union Minister for Home Affairs LtGen Yar Pyae, Union Minister for Immigration and Population U Myint Kyaing and Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs U Lwin Oo.
The member of the Secretariat of the Chinese CommunistParty Central Committee State Councillor of China Minister of Public Security was accompanied by Chinese Ambassador Mr Chen Hai and delegation members. —MNA/TTA