Vietnamese police peacekeepers in South Sudan to be rewarded by the United Nations
The Vietnamese police group which are engaged in peacekeeping operations in South Sudan is being proposed by the leaders of UNMISS to be rewarded honors by the UN for their achievements in the operations at the UNMISS mission.
According to Colonel Vu Viet Hung, a Vietnamese police officer involved in the peacekeeping operations in South Sudan, since their deployment in October 2022, the Vietnamese police officers have excellently performed various important tasks in South Sudan, and their achievements have been recognized and appreciated by the police leadership of the mission.
Recently, the UNMISS leaders have sent their request to the UN Headquarters, proposing the UN to reward medals to Senior Colonel Le Quoc Huy, Colonel Vu Viet Hung and Lieutenant Colonel Luong Thi Tra Vinh in recognition of their achievements and contributions to UNMISS and its operations.
Over the past months, the Vietnamese police officers have successfully completed all tasks assigned by UNMISS leaders and seriously observed the mission’s regulations and local laws, building a beautiful image of the Vietnamese police officer in the eyes of international friends and local community.
In fact, the Vietnamese police officers have demonstrated their professionalism, self-confidence, enthusiasm and friendliness. On the occasion of the 2023 Lunar New Year, the Vietnamese police officers still held a meaningful New Year celebration with international colleagues in South Sudan, which left a wonderful impression on them.