Vietnam and Myanmar have agreed upon measures to consolidate and strengthen cooperation and experience sharing in preventing and combating crimes, thus contributing to developing the traditional friendship between the two nations.

The agreement was reached at talks between Vietnamese Minister of Public Security General Tran Dai Quang and Myanmar Minister of Home Affairs Lieutenant General Ko-ko during the former’s October 13-16 visit.

The two sides spoke highly of bilateral cooperation over the past time, especially in the fight against organised and trans-national crimes, terrors, drug and human trafficking crimes.

During his stay, Minister Quang also paid a courtesy visit to Myanmar President General U Thein Sein.-VNA