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China maintains tough crackdown on terrorism: police chief

Xinhua, April 14, 2017 Adjust font size:

China will keep its tough stance on terrorism and will maximize anti-terror efforts to "root out violent, terrorist activities," Chinese police chief Guo Shengkun has said.

China will adhere to its tough policy and reinforce the role of intelligence and information, Minister of Public Security Guo told a national anti-terror work meeting on Wednesday.

His speech at the meeting was released Thursday.

Guo, also head of the national anti-terrorism leading group, asked police authorities to campaign against violence and terrorism and "deepen anti-extremism work," as well as curb the spread of audio and video items related to violence and terrorism.

He also asked them to motivate the people to participate in anti-terror work and ensure a safe, stable environment for the upcoming 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China.