Phnom Penh: The FBI and the Cambodian National Police have signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in strengthening anti-transnational operations.
The agreement was signed by Christopher Wray, Director of the FBI, and Gen. Neth Savoeun, National Police Commander of Cambodia and General Chan. Tharith, Director General of Immigration at the Ministry of Interior in Washington DC on April 5 2019.
After the Memorandum of Understanding, a US Federal Bureau of Investigation Agency (FBI) statement released that the FBI is proud to have a good and lasting relationship with its law enforcement partners in Cambodia.
The FBI spokesperson stated that the Memorandum of Understanding between the FBI, the Cambodian National Police and the General Department of Immigration compiled existing cooperation on a number of issues including crimes against children, technology offenses, financial crimes and espionage, and the memorandum further strengthens the FBI’s commitment to support the country’s efforts to help protect the rights of citizens of both countries.
The signing of Memorandum of Understanding between the National Police and the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is the first time that Cambodian police have cooperated closely with the FBI to cooperate in investigating and cracking down on criminal offenses, especially crimes of technology. .
At the invitation of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the General Director of General Kiet Chantharith has been on a five-day visit (5-10 April 2019) in the United States to meet with the FBI. http://www.phnompenhreporter.com/article/73007