(HBO) – Over the past years, young policemen of Hoa Binh province have effectively implemented the movement "Hoa Binh police youths learn and follow Uncle Ho’s teachings - Pioneer, volunteer for national security”.
Young policemen in Kim Boi district help Thuong Bi commune’s
households plant fruit trees and speed up a movement to gradually eliminate
To date, 35 seminars, 16
talks, eight contests, four competitions on the learning and following of
President Ho Chi Minh’s thoughts, morality and style, three art programmes
praising the Party and the late leader, and 22 journeys to historical relic
sites have been held, attracting the participation of thousands of police youth
The provincial Police
Youth Union has organised competition blocs in terms of divisions and city and
districts. Responding to a volunteer movement, over the past four years, over
500 young policemen have voluntarily worked in remote areas and hot spots on
security and order, while over 1,000 others have participated in crackdowns on
crime, ensuring security and safety during lunar New Year festival and other
festivals and important political events in the localities, maintaining traffic
safety, and disseminating laws for locals.
In addition, young policemen
have actively stepped up voluntary activities for the community in combination with
improving professional work. Twelve volunteer youth teams have held 117 sessions
to popularise the Party’s policies and the State’s laws, presented 1,250 books
on law to local youth unions, provided free check-ups and medicine for 2,560
people, and gave 750 gifts to policy beneficiaries, disadvantaged households
and poor students with good learning performances. They have also helped build
seven houses, one bridge and 1.5km of concrete road, while repairing six martyr
monuments, providing ID cards for 10,700 people, and donating over 1,800 blood
units. Every year, the youth union organisations support 10 poor students with
good learning performances with 200,000 VND per month, present 10,000 warm
clothes to mountainous students, plant 150,000 trees, and coordinate in
carrying out a project to bring light to rural roads, with 12 rural roads
benefited with a total investment of over 1 billion VND.
Every year, the provincial
Police Youth Union receives certificates of merit from the Ho Chi Minh
Communist Youth Union Central Committee and the Minister of Public Security for
its achievements in "learning and following Uncle Ho’s teachings - Pioneer,
volunteer for national security”. As many as 85 collectives and hundreds of
youths were honoured, while 682 outstanding young policemen were admitted to
HBO - The Government Office held a ceremony in Hanoi on March 12 to launch the National E-Document Exchange Platform, a move towards a digital government and economy.
HBO - The Party Committee and authorities of Hoa Binh province have paid attention to corruption prevention and control in combination with the tasks of Party building and socio-economic development.
A delegation from the Standing Board of the Party Central Committee (PCC)'s Secretariat led by Tran Quoc Vuong, member of the Politburo and standing member of the PCC's Secretariat, held a working session on March 8 with the Standing Board of Hoa Binh Party Committee on the mid-term outcomes of the implementation of the resolution adopted by the 15th provincial Party Congress of the 2015-2020 tenure.
Senior officials of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam met in Kratie province of Cambodia on March 9 to prepare for the 12th meeting of the joint Coordination Committee on the Cambodia-Laos-Vietnam Development Triangle Area (JCC CLV DTA) that will open on March 10.
HBO – On the occasion of 109th International Women’s Day (March 8) and the 1979th anniversary of Trung Sisters’ Uprising, the Women’s Union of Hoa Binh province held a get-together for outstanding female managers, National Assembly deputies and entrepreneurs on March 6 evening.
Chairwoman of the Lao National Assembly Pany Yathotou, who is on a visit to Vietnam, visited Vietnam’s leading real estate and retail conglomerate Vingroup on March 6.