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China Vows to Increase Anti-Terrorist Efforts

In the wake of recent incidents in Xinjiang, Meng Jianzhu, secretary of the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Politics and Law Commission, spoke at the anti-terrorist working meeting on May 30. Meng instructed all levels of law enforcement authorities to make the anti-terrorist effort their top priority. Meng requested the innovation of the intelligence work mechanism and improvement of early warning and precautionary capabilities. Meng also required intensification of street patrol efforts, combatting the organizers who smuggle groups across the border, and preventing the infiltration of the religious extremist ideology.

Source: China News, May 31, 2014