July 14, 2024

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More than 17,000 people arrested in drug cases in Vietnam

More than 17,000 people arrested in drug cases in Vietnam

During the same period, more than 3,000 cases of corruption, economic crimes and smuggling were uncovered, with more than 4,900 suspects, said Vietnam’s Deputy Minister of Public Security Colonel General Tran Quoc Tu.

Announcing the results of the police force’s work during the first six months of 2024, the senior officer highlighted that they had clarified more than 22,000 matters related to social order violators, at a rate of 78.36 percent, which is higher than the target set by the National Assembly (parliament).

He stressed that the police had effectively countered the plots and activities of hostile forces and maintained security in key areas as well as at thousands of important events and international delegations visiting the country.

Quoc To also means that fire rescue forces have implemented many comprehensive solutions to ensure order and safety on the roads through 581 rescue operations and 362 people rescued in fires.

Likewise, the Vietnamese police continue to strengthen overseas activities, raise international status and participate in UN peace missions, he added.

The Deputy Minister pointed out that in the first half of the year, 46,242 individuals and groups were awarded, while three officers died and 102 were injured while performing their duty.


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