Giving gifts and encouraging families of 160 mobile policemen with COVID-19

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Many officers and soldiers who volunteered to fight on the front lines of the fight against the epidemic in difficult circumstances were supported by the Mobile Police Command – Photo: HUNG NGUYEN

On September 11, a delegation led by Major General Nguyen Ngoc Thanh, deputy commander of the Mobile Police Command, visited, encouraged and supported many officers, soldiers and families in difficult circumstances. difficulties belonging to the Metropolitan Police Regiment.

This is the first activity in the program to support people and families of mobile police officers and soldiers in difficult circumstances with the amount of money calling for nearly 2.9 billion VND, 50 gifts (300,000 each). VND) and 1.5 tons of rice as of September 10.

In the immediate future, a portion of the fund will be sent to 160 mobile police officers and soldiers who are F0 when performing frontline missions, mostly in Ho Chi Minh City, Binh Duong, Ba Ria – Vung Tau with the amount of 3 million dong; families of more than 400 officers and soldiers in difficult circumstances…

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Many young mobile police officers have young children but still volunteer to join the frontline against the epidemic – Photo: HUNG NGUYEN

The Mobile Police Command also sent gifts to support the relatives of 9 policemen whose four parents died and could not return to mourn, including many young soldiers.

In addition, the Mobile Police Command and units also gave 250 gifts, each worth 1 million VND, to people in difficult circumstances in the area where they were stationed such as Van Mieu ward, Trung Hoa ward. Hanoi).

With the remaining balance, the Mobile Police Command will continue to support officers and soldiers in difficulty in the coming time.

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Major General Nguyen Ngoc Thanh sent “small gifts” to mobile police in difficult circumstances – Photo: HUNG NGUYEN

Talking to the leaders of the units, Major General Nguyen Ngoc Thanh emphasized that in addition to ensuring the prevention and control of the COVID-19 epidemic and security and order, each unit must actively care, take care of and support the family of its staff. soldiers and people in difficult circumstances to promote the tradition of “mutual solidarity”, “good leaves protect torn leaves”. In particular, the logistics of funding, technology, and machinery… must ensure that the entire army’s officers and soldiers feel secure in their work.

General Thanh also asked the Party committees and heads of units to continue to strengthen the work of political and ideological education, to encourage and motivate cadres and soldiers to unite, overcome all difficulties, and complete excellently. assigned task.

Major General Nguyen Ngoc Thanh said that thousands of young soldiers of the nationwide mobile police force have volunteered to donate blood and so far have collected more than 4,000 blood units.

The Mobile Police Command assigned the task to 10,000 cadres and soldiers participating in the response, more than 4,000 officers and soldiers strengthened to ensure security, order and prevent and control the COVID-19 epidemic nationwide.

On the same day, September 11, delegations of the mobile police force also visited and gave gifts to families of cadres and soldiers with other difficult circumstances in units under the High Command nationwide.

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