Chinese police hand over and repatriate two Korean “Hong Tong personnel” to South Korean law enforcement agencies

On August 25, at the request of South Korea’s law enforcement agencies, China’s public security organs decided to deport two South Korean “Hong Tong personnel” and handed them over to the South Korean working group at Tianjin Binhai International Airport. It is reported that Li and park were wanted by South Korean law enforcement authorities for suspected crimes in South Korea, and fled to China in October 2019 and stayed illegally. Subsequently, Interpol issued a red notice to the two men. The Chinese public security organs attached great importance to this and immediately set up a special group to carry out the work. On August 10 this year, they were successfully arrested in Langfang City, Hebei Province. < p > < p > on August 25, the special group read the decision of deportation to Li and park at Tianjin Binhai International Airport, and then transferred them to the South Korean working group and escorted them back to South Korea. The head of the Ministry of Public Security said that this is another achievement made by the law enforcement agencies of China and South Korea in international cooperation in pursuit of fugitives and stolen goods. It fully demonstrates the distinct attitude of China’s public security organs to actively assist overseas law enforcement agencies in cracking down on crimes. China’s public security organs will continue to strengthen international law enforcement cooperation and crack down on transnational crimes in accordance with the law.