MPS launches special emulation movement against COVID-19

10:50 19/08/2021

PSNews - General To Lam, Minister of Public Security on August 17 chaired a video-conference with leaders of all under-ministerial agencies and local police departments to launch a special emulation movement across the People's Public Security Forces in response to the Prime Minister’s call "The whole nation unites and joins efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic”.

The event saw the presences of Lieutenant General Tran Quoc To, Member of the Party Central Committee, Deputy Minister of Public Security; Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Son, Deputy Minister of Public Security; Lieutenant General Nguyen Duy Ngoc, Member of the Party Central Committee, Deputy Minister of Public Security.

The event also drew the participation of representatives of all under-ministerial agencies and local police departments.

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Minister To Lam speaking at the event. 

In response to the movement "The whole nation unites and joins efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic” launched by the Prime Minister, on behalf of the Ministry of Public Security, Minister To Lam launched a special emulation movement across the Public Security Forces with the theme "The People's Public Security Forces serve as a shield against the COVID-19 pandemic and a sharp sword to protect security and social safety."

The movement requires all public security officers and soldiers to be persistent with their strong will and political resolve, and unite to fight and defeat the COVID-19 pandemic.

At the conference, the delegates discussed approaches to prevent and control the COVID-19 pandemic in all public security agencies and units as well as to minimize the risk of COVID infection for public security officers and soldiers. 

Delegates also discussed specific solutions and measures to ensure national security and social order in the context of the complicated COVID-19 pandemic. The highest aim is to "ensure absolute political security and avoid social conflicts."

By A.N