The Vietnam and China pledge to fight cross-border bets

Vietnam and China have agreed to promote bilateral cooperation on “cross-border gambling” among several law enforcement topics. The agreement follows Vietnam’s Communist Party Secretary Nguyen Phu Zong’s official visit to China this Monday and Tuesday (October 31-November 1), Vietnam’s state-run VGP reported. 온라인경마

The pledge to tackle cross-border gambling was mentioned in a statement jointly issued by countries.

The Vietnamese official’s visit to China was made at the invitation of Chinese President Xi Jinping, and the two were seen facing Chinese and Vietnamese media.

The statement noted that Vietnam and China would promote cooperation against “terrorism,” “color revolution.” The term refers to “drug crime, cyber crime, cross-border gambling, human trafficking and high-tech crime” and “wanted criminal tracking,” the terms China has previously used to describe protests in Hong Kong.

The joint statement also includes an agreement to promote tourism, but noted that such efforts would have to be in line with the two countries’ “pandemic prevention policies.”

Many government departments in China have issued statements over the past few years about their crackdown on citizens traveling abroad for casino play or engaging in online betting. China’s revised criminal law outlaws those who help others in these activities. It went into effect on March 1, 2021.

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