The first law enforcement and cybersecurity dialogue between the U.S. and China opened in Washington D.C. on Wednesday. It’s one of four high-level meetings established by Presidents Xi and Trump.
CGTN’s White House correspondent Jessica Stone reports.
China and the U.S. are forging new paths to cooperation when it comes to law enforcement and cybersecurity.
Chinese Public Security Minister Guo Shengkun met with U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Guo spoke highly about recent cooperation between their two departments.
The Chinese side issued a statement after the talks. It says both sides are expected to work together in the future to crack down on corruption, terrorism and cybercrimes.
The talks are part of the ongoing dialogue arranged after meetings between Presidents Xi and Trump in April.