"Flowers on the shield - 2022" highlights the image of the police officer

Thứ Năm, 14/07/2022, 14:27

PSNews - The Ministry of Public Security in collaboration with Vietnam Television held the art program "Peaceful melodies" with the theme "Flowers on the shield - 2022", on the evening of July 12, at the Vietnam-Soviet Culture, Labor and Friendship Palace.

Leaders of the Ministry of Public Security and guests at the event.

Guests in the event included Deputy Director of the General Department of Politics of the Vietnam People's Army Lieutenant General Trinh Van Quyet, Deputy Head of the Central Information and Education Commission Le Hai Binh, Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Assoc. Prof., Dr. Ta Quang Dong, President of Vietnam Union of Literature and Arts Associations Assoc. Prof., Composer Do Hong Quan, Chairman of Vietnam Writers Association Poet Nguyen Quang Thieu, among others.

Delegates from the Ministry of Public Security were Deputy Minister of Public Security Senior Lieutenant General Tran Quoc To, Head of the Steering Committee for activities to celebrate the 60th founding anniversary of the People's Police Force and Deputy Minister of Public Security Lieutenant General Nguyen Duy Ngoc as well as a large number of public security officers and soldiers.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Duy Ngoc and delegates present flowers to participating artists.

According to the organizers, "Flowers on the shield - 2022" was the special edition of the art program "Peaceful melodies" annually held by the Ministry of Public Security. This year’s show aimed to honor the People's Police Force and highlight milestones in its 60-year history of building its force, performing tasks and maturing on both scope and scale.

It was also the occasion to pay gratitude to generations of police officers and soldiers, promote the beautiful image of the police officer in maintaining public order and safety for the sake of the people's peaceful life and happiness.

During the show, the audience listened to stories told by artists and writers about their memories and sentiment for typical police officers and the People's Police Force as a whole, which became inspirations for writers and artists to create literary and artistic works. 

By An Nhien