Senior Chinese and US diplomats and security officials are meeting in Beijing to outline priorities on the next step in law enforcement cooperation.
Key areas include anti-corruption, hunting for fugitives, and asset recovery, as well as fighting cyber crime and drug trafficking. They top the agenda at this year’s meeting of the China-US Joint Liaison Group on Law Enforcement Cooperation, or JLG.
The JLG stands as a major US-China law enforcement dialogue to enhance mutual trust, expand consensus and deepen cooperation. The annual meeting involves the foreign ministries and security and justice departments.