National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan has called on the people’s public security officers to continue to follow the teachings of President Ho Chi Minh in order to build a competent and moral force for the sake of the Party and people.
|National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan reviews the guard of honour at a ceremony to mark President Ho Chi Minh's teachings to police officers.
She described the teachings as a valuable asset and the compass for every activity of the public security force at a ceremony held on March 11 in Bac Giang province to mark the first time the teachings were issued.
President Ho Chi Minh’s teachings were part of his letter sent to Hoang Mai, the police chief of Zone 12 in 1948, which offered guidelines to police officers on how to behave towards themselves, their colleagues, the government, the people, their duty, and the enemy.
At the ceremony, the parliament speaker praised the police force for their sacrifices in protecting the safety of the people both during wartime and in the present day.
She asked them to build on their heroic tradition and overcome any weaknesses so that the public security force will remain clean, strong and disciplined, worthy of the epithet as the “precious sword of the Party, State and people”.
For his part, Minister of Public Security To Lam affirmed that the entire force would continue to step up the movement to follow President Ho Chi Minh’s teachings while training police officers to be valiant and considerate in the service of the people.NDO