He made the statement in his letter sent to a scientific workshop held in Hanoi on March 5 and delivered by Senior Lieutenant General To Lam, Minister of Public Security.
The Party leader recognised the police’s efforts over the past seven decades to defeat all sabotage plots and activities of hostile forces in addition to crime prevention to ensure national security, social order and safety in any circumstances.
He stressed the significance of the workshop and hoped the event make practical contributions to the protection of national security, social order and safety.
The event forms part of activities to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the movement of “Public Security Force follow six teachings of Uncle Ho” (March 11, 1948) and 70th anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh’s call for patriotic emulation campaign (June 11, 1948).
During the workshop, participants analysed theoretical and practical values of President Ho Chi Minh's teachings to build and strengthen the Party, and promote the public supervision in the field.
Concluding the workshop, Minister To Lam asked the police force to define the continuous implementation of Uncle Ho's teachings as a political task in order to build a strong public security staff in terms of politics, ideology, organisation and morality.
Uncle Ho’s six golden letters for the public security force are: “For myself, to be a frugal integrity; For the colleagues, to kindly help; For the government, to must be absolutely loyal; For the people, to be respectful and polite; For the work, to be devoted; For the enemy, must be firmly smart against.”