(HBO) – The Ministry of Public Security’s Drug Crime Investigation Police Department in collaboration with the Hoa Binh Police launched a movement for drug prevention and control and deployed forces for a related communications campaign, at a ceremony held in Tan Lac district on November 17.


 Representatives of 16 units under the district’s communist youth union sign a commitment to joining the movement.

Over the past time, the complicated situation of illegal drug use tended to increase in many big cities and provinces. According to statistics, Vietnam has more than 254,500 addicts with management records.

Hoa Binh is a venue for drug criminals to transship drugs from northwestern provinces to Hanoi and delta provinces and bring them abroad.

The local drug crime has yet to be thoroughly resolved and the number of drug users remains high, posing potential risks to security and safety. Therefore, anti-drug communications activities are considered a key task of the entire political system and people from all walks of life.

At the launch ceremony, representatives of 16 units under the district’s communist youth union signed a commitment to joining the movement.

After the event, police officers and young people began their participation in the awareness-raising communications campaign across main roads in Tan Lac.


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