Outstanding public security female officers honored
|Ms. Ha Thi Nga, President of the Vietnam Women's Union and General To Lam.
General To Lam, Member of the Politburo and Minister of Public Security, had a meeting with female public security officers with outstanding achievements in performing their tasks in 2019. The meeting saw the presence of Ms. Ha Thi Nga, President of the Vietnam Women's Union.
|Minister To Lam speaking at the meeting.|
Currently, female officers make up about 15% of the total Public Security Forces and have made a significant contribution to the cause of security and order protection, and Vietnamese women's movements.
At present, there are 35 female public security officers holding the title “Heroes of Armed Forces” while more than 2,000 female officers are holding leading positions at public security units at all levels and thousands of policewomen work in communes, wards and townships.
|Minister To Lam presenting certificate of merit to outstanding public security female officer.|
|Delegates at the meeting.|
Over the past time, three teams and 12 female officers have been awarded the Vietnam Women’s Award, 136 have been granted the “Typical Public Security Female Officer” Award. Additionally, thousands of female teams and individuals were awarded Certificates of Merit by the Government, the Ministry of Public Security, the Vietnam Women's Union Central Committee as well as leaders of public security agencies and local units.
On behalf of the Ministry of Public Security’s leadership, Minister To Lam warmly praised the achievements and efforts of women in the People's Public Security Forces over the past years. He also congratulated 31 female public security officers who were awarded the 2019 “Typical Public Security Female Officer” Award.
In order to effectively develop the emulation movement of female public security officers, Minister To Lam requested Party committees and leaders of public security units at all levels to pay more attention to direct the women’s movement at their units as well as consider women’s work as a key task of force building.