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Public Security Youth Union rolls out working program for 2020

January, 13 2020
MPS - The Public Security Youth Union on January 13 held a conference to review its task performance in 2019 and roll out its working program for 2020.

Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Thanh, Member of the Party Central Committee, Deputy Minister of Public Security attended and delivered a keynote speech at the conference.

Mr. Nguyen Hai Minh awards the Emulation Flags of the HCYU to the excellent units.


The event also saw the presence of Mr. Nguyen Hai Minh, Head of the International Office under the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (HCYU), and Mr. Nguyen Tuong Lam, Head of the HCYU’s Youth Solidarity Office.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh speaks at the conference.


In 2019, the youth movements among People’s Public Security Forces achieved significant results. A large number of youth programs were successfully organized, drawing the participation of various public security units and local agencies and leaving a positive impact on society.

Particularly, the public security youth effectively launched the 2019 Summer Voluntary Campaign, which attracted over 45,000 volunteers and built more than 6,000 social projects, totally costing VND 50 billion, across the country.

Speaking at the event, Major Dong Duc Vu, Secretary of the Public Security Youth Union launched the 2020 Youth Emulation Movement among People's Public Security Forces.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh presents the “For the Young Generations” Medal to the public security department-level leaders.


On this occasion, the HCYU Central Committee awarded the “For the Young Generation” Medals to 79 public security leaders and Party cadres. The Central Committee also presented Emulation Flags to seven public security units and Certificates of Merit to 85 units and 98 individuals at the event.

On behalf of the Public Security Central Party Committee and the Ministry of Public Security, Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh spoke highly of the efforts to overcome all difficulties and the achievements of the Public Security Youth Union over the year.

Delegates at the conference.


Regarding their future missions, Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Thanh requested Youth Union Chapters of public security units at all levels to develop specific plans and programs to support young public security officers and soldiers to study and improve their political and legal knowledge and professional qualifications as well as encourage them learn information technology, foreign languages ​​and languages ​​of ethnic minorities in order to better perform their assigned tasks and make more contributions to the country’s international integration.


by Le Sang