China calls for FBI cooperation in internet security, counter-terrorism

March 15, 2016 06:30

BEIJING - China wants to have deeper internet security and anti-terrorism cooperation with the United States, China's public security minister told the visiting director of the FBI, state news agency Xinhua said.

Meeting in Beijing, the minister, Guo Shengkun, told James B. Comey that China was willing to enhance strategic mutual trust and the respect of each others core interests, Xinhua said late on Monday.

The two countries should "deepen law enforcement and security cooperation in the fields of internet security and counter-terrorism", the report paraphrased Guo as saying.

Comey said the Federal Bureau of Investigation was willing to push forward pragmatic cooperation, Xinhua said.

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