The video-conference themed “Policing amid the pandemic,” hosted by the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs with the participation of representatives from police forces of more than 25 countries, including Vietnam, took place on August 10 – 11.
At the conference, Indian representatives delivered presentations on police’s humanitarian activities contributing to pandemic prevention and control, police’s support for women and children, and gathering professional information to contribute to improving the efficiency of police work.
These presentations highlighted the police’s humanity in gathering statements, the extensive participation of both male and female police officers at the grassroots level in coping with dangerous situations, poverty, and natural and man-made disasters.
From Hanoi, Senior Colonel Nguyen Hoa Chi, Deputy Director of the Foreign Relations Department, Head of the delegation of the Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam, affirmed that since the outbreak of the pandemic, the Vietnamese police force has enhanced the work of ensuring security and safety while coordinating with relevant agencies to control the entry into and exit from Vietnam as well as tracing the people who had close contacts with COVID-19 patients for medical treatment and isolation, and sending medical support to foreign partners.
“We agree to strengthen international cooperation among police forces of countries to ensure human rights for all people, especially for vulnerable groups, during the pandemic,” Mr. Chi added.By A.N