Seminar discusses ways to enhance Party and political work of provincial police

22:45 08/09/2021

The Public Security Central Party Committee on September 7 held a virtual seminar on issues related to the coordination between the Public Security Central Party Committee and provincial-level Party Committees in directing provincial-level police departments to carry out Party and political work.

The Public Security Central Party Committee on September 7 held a virtual seminar on issues related to the coordination between the Public Security Central Party Committee and provincial-level Party Committees in directing provincial-level police departments to carry out Party and political work.

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Delegates attending the event.

The seminar was chaired by Lieutenant General Tran Quoc To, Member of the Party Central Committee, Deputy Secretary of the Public Security Central Party Committee and Deputy Minister of Public Security.

In his opening remarks, Deputy Minister Tran Quoc To emphasized the important role of provincial-level Party committees in leading the local police units to do their main tasks of maintaining security and social order, building force and improving the quality and effectiveness of Party and political work.

At the event, delegates also discussed theoretical and practical needs for close coordination between the Public Security Central Party Committee and the provincial-level Party Committees in leading local police forces to carry out Party and political work.

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Deputy Minister Tran Quoc To speaks at the event.

They also reviewed outcomes of the coordination between the two sides in this field in the 2015-2020 term as well as proposed principles, responsibilities of each side and methods to boost coordination between the Public Security Central Party Committee and the provincial-level Party Committees in the future.

Some delegates from the provincial-level Party Committees shared their experience in directing the implementation of Party building work, especially the personnel work in their localities.

On behalf of the Public Security Central Party Committee, Deputy Minister Tran Quoc To thanked the delegates for their valuable ideas and asked the Editorial Team to revise the Coordination Regulations between the Public Security Central Party Committee and the provincial-level Party committees on directing local-level police units to carry out Party and political work.

By TN