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China and ASEAN-WEN Tighten Cooperation

18-19 June 2012, Nanning, China. Officers from the ASEAN Wildlife Enforcement Network and the Government of the Peoples Republic of China produced a "statement of cooperation" through a summary of the technical consultation on cooperation, that summarizes the technical consultation between ASEAN-WEN and China to strengthen cooperation on wildlife enforcement and related CITES matters, and paves the way for an official agreement under the ASEAN +3 framework.  Over 60 officers from ten countries and 23 agencies spent two days sharing updates on cross border illegal trade, progress in curbing it, and needs to "stamp it out."  The discussion led to the ‘statement of cooperation’, which lists immediate steps that will be taken by ASEAN and Chinese government parties, including joint meetings, joint training courses, joint border initiatives, and joint public awareness activities.

The statement will be sent to the respective Ministries of the participating countries for internal consultation for further reporting
to relevant ASEAN bodies for following-up under existing dialogue frameworks between ASEAN and China, including the ASEAN Plus Three Cooperative Strategic Framework. Following the agreed statement, investigators from ASEAN-WEN and China met for 2 days (20-21 June 2012) for a confidential exchange of contacts, information, challenges, and best practices. The "Special Investigation Meeting" (SIG) included 15 agencies from China, United States, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, South Africa, and the Lusaka Agreement Task Force.  The SIG is slated to meet again for training and further exchanges in Bangkok in mid September at the International Law Enforcement Academy.

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