Chairman of the Provincial People’s Committee Phan Ngoc Tho visited Border Guards in Phu Loc District

On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Border Guards Day (March 3, 1959, March 3, 2019) and 30 years on the All-People Border Day (March 3, 1989 - March 3, 2019), in the afternoon February 21, Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee, Head of the National Assembly Delegation Phan Ngoc Tho visited Lang Co Border Guard Station and Border Guard Station of Chan May Border Gate in Phu Loc District.

At the visited places, after hearing the report on the situation at the Border Guard Stations, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee Phan Ngoc Tho praised and appreciated the results achieved by Lang Co Border Guard officers and soldiers. and Chan May Border Gate Border Guard Station, especially in the protection of territorial sovereignty, order and security in the locality , actively supporting people to eradicate hunger and reduce poverty, and create trust and love among the people. Border guards .

Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Phan Ngoc Tho spoke at Lang Co Border Guard Station

In commemoration of the Border Guard Team's Day and the National Border Guard Day , the Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee sent good greetings to the officers and soldiers, wishing that the Border Guard Army forces were willing to fighting and firmly protecting sovereignty and border security. Actively patrol and control to promptly detect violations. Well perform tasks of control, immigration for boats and international tourists to work and visit in the locality.

Chairman of the provincial People's Committee emphasized that at present, in Phu Loc district, many key projects of the province are being implemented, so Bien Phong force needs to coordinate closely with local authorities to ensure the security and order situation. , especially in clearance work. In addition to coordinating with border guards in the whole province, to conduct sweeping and handling of coastal raiding ships to protect aquatic resources as well as to ensure security and safety of assets and fishing tools. for fishing communities in coastal areas; implementation must be drastic, synchronous and persistent ...

Source: Cong Thong Tin Dien Tu ,Thua Thien Hue