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Officers from the Ministry of Public Security have vowed never give up efforts to investigate child-trafficking cases and do their best to rescue abducted children.

More than 130-thousand children as well as over 23-thousand women have been rescued, since special action to rescue abducted children and women began in April 2009. More than 1-thousand children have found their biological parents through DNA checks.

Meanwhile,the Ministry has appointed the head of the local Public Security Bureau as the main person in charge of child-trafficking investigations. A special mechanism has also been set up to make full use of the 24-hour golden period to rescue children. All the efforts are aimed at bringing abducted children home as quickly as possible.

Liu Ancheng, Deputy Head of CIB in Public Security Ministry, said, "So far, we have made big progress in rescuing abducted children across China. Next, we will step up efforts to save more children, including foreign kids who are sold to China. So long as parents report the case to security authorities, we will mobilize various police forces to find them, and will never give up the efforts to rescue abducted children."


Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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