Vietnam-Laos-Cambodia joint campaign curbs rise in human trafficking

Wednesday, 2018-03-14 09:53:49
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NDO – The joint campaign of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia to fight and suppress trans-national human trafficking crime in 2017 has contributed to reducing the rise of the crime, the delegations stressed at a conference held in Champasak province of Laos on March 14.

The conference aims review the joint campaign deployed by Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia to fight and suppress trans-national human trafficking crime in 2017.

They agreed to extend the campaign in 2018, focusing on raising public awareness of the work and measures to combat the crime, and further promoting cooperation among relevant agencies of the three countries in the work.

It was also agreed that police forces of border provinces and districts in the three countries will hold bilateral or trilateral meetings to seek effective ways to fight the crime.

The conference to review the 2018 work will be held in Vietnam.