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ACRC Committed to Continued Anti-Corruption Cooperation with Vietnam

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ACRC Committed to Continued Anti-Corruption Cooperation with Vietnam

- A meeting was held in Hanoi, Vietnam for the extension of the "Anti-corruption Cooperation MOU" and discussion on cooperation measures

(23, May. 2024, ACRC)

 

The Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission (ACRC, Chairperson Ryu Chul Whan) held a meeting to extend the "Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Anti-Corruption Cooperation" signed with the Central Committee for Internal Affairs of Vietnam (CCAC, Chairman Phan Dinh Trac) and discuss future cooperation measures.

ACRC shared achievements in anti-corruption policies of both parties, such as measures aimed at eradicating employment irregularities in the public sector, and discussed cooperation measures with the CCAC during the meeting held in Hanoi at 9:30 a.m. on May 23, local time.

 

The Central Committee for Internal Affairs (CCAC) of Vietnam, an agency overseeing anti-corruption practices in Vietnam, was established in 2013. CCAC serves its functions, such as establishing laws and regulations for the prevention of corruption, conducting investigation, supervision, and mediation of relevant institutions, advising on corruption allegationsagainst the head of institutions under the Prime Minister, and supervising and supporting the activities conducted by the local committees for internal affairs.

 

Vietnam, a long-standing partner of Korea and a member of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF), has been maintaining policy exchanges for anti-corruption cooperation since signing the first "MOU on Anti-Corruption Cooperation" with ACRC in 2010.

Participants of the recent cooperation meeting included Chung Seung Yun, Vice Chairperson and Secretary General of ACRC, and Vo Van Dung, Vice Chairman of CCAC.

ACRC introduced the Korean government’s efforts and achievements in combatingcorruption, including measures to eradicate employment irregularities in the public sector, designed to ensure fair opportunities for the young generation, along with major detected cases and the current operational status of the integrity education system.

CCAC introduced the Vietnamese government’s efforts in combating corruption and anti-corruption trends.

At the same time, the ACRC delegation visited other major anti-corruption agencies in Vietnam, such as the Government Inspectorate of Vietnam and local committees for internal affairs, alongside CCAC, to discuss measures to enhance the integrity level of both countries.

ACRC Vice Chairperson Chung Seung Yun said, "The recent cooperation meeting has been an opportunity to reaffirm a close cooperative relationship between Korea and Vietnam. We will remain committed to continuing our cooperation with Vietnam and strengthening global anti-corruption collaboration."

 
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