Shanghai's Public Security Bureau reps visiting Croatia

Shanghai's Public Security Bureau reps visiting Croatia

Shanghai's Public Security Bureau reps visiting Croatia Izvor: Hrvoje Jelavic/PIXSELL

Representatives of Croatia's Police Directorate and the Zagreb Police Department on Monday met with representatives of Shanghai's Public Security Bureau who are visiting Croatia, the Zagreb Police Department said in a press release.

Zagreb police commissioner Marko Rasic highlighted the excellent results of the Safe Tourist Season project, in which two Chinese police officers participated last summer. "They contributed to better communication between our police officers and tourists from China, and provided an even better feeling of security... even though Zagreb is indeed a safe city"

The deputy head of Shanghai's Public Security Bureau, Chen Zhen, said Chinese Public Security Minister Zheo Kezhi's recent visit to Croatia was aimed at strengthening the cooperation between the two countries and at exchanging good experience and practice.

He said that over the past couple of years Shanghai had a 100% success rate of solving murder and robbery cases, and that this contributed to the feeling of Shanghai as a safe city.

The Chinese delegation is staying in Croatia until July 11. They will also visit Plitvice Lakes National Park and meet with representatives of the Dubrovnik county police.

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