Several Vietnam top officials are teaming up to fight corruption with the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) during their four-days visit here.
Le Tien Hao, deputy of government inspectorate, said that the delegates had been exchanging knowledge with the KPK on how to eradicate and prevent corruption during their stopover in the capital.
“We want to learn from the KPK on how they combat such acts as we have found difficulties to fight agaisnt corruption in our own country,” he told a press conference.
Chandra M. Hamzah, deputy chairman of KPK, said that the Vietnamese Inspectorate and the KPK had signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation against corruption in 2007.
“The visit is a follow-up to KPK’s official visit to Vietnam in September,” he said. (ewd)