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Canberra affirms police cooperation

Canberra affirms police cooperation

Australian and Cambodian officials last week signed documents reaffirming the close cooperation between their countries on law enforcement matters. On May 6, Minister of Interior Sar Kheng and Australian Attorney General Robert McClelland signed a joint declaration reaffirming a commitment to jointly combat transnational crime, including human trafficking, money laundering and the narcotics trade. “The Australian Government values greatly the close collaboration between our two countries, particularly in strengthening domestic legal frameworks and taking joint action against transnational crime,” McClelland said in a statement.

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