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Malcom Mulenga, the Deputy Inspector-General of the Zambia Police, assured the Chinese business community of increased security over their businesses, according to the statement released after a joint meeting between the police and the Zambia-China Association.

Zambia map“We also understand the challenge of security that you face as foreigners, hence the need for us to work together to ensure that you operate in a safe environment,” the police chief said.

Zhang Jian, the association’s president, said his organization will work closely with the police and ensure that Chinese nationals doing business in Zambia abide by the country’s labor laws.

Chinese firms have fallen prey to attacks by criminals in Zambia in recent months.

Last week, the police shot dead five bandits who had attempted to rob a Chinese-owned company in capital, Lusaka. One Chinese also got injured in the robbery.

In November, three Chinese nationals died while three others sustained injuries when criminals broke into their living quarters at their company in Kitwe city in Copperbelt Province. The criminals got away with undisclosed amounts of money.

The attack prompted the Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Yang Youming to appeal to authorities to take necessary action to safeguard the Chinese community in the country. Enditem

Source: Xinhua


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