Ensuring safety, security during congress

To absolutely ensure safety and security during the 13th National Party Congress, competent units serving the Congress have implemented plans and necessary measures drastically and synchronously and been readily available all the time, to contribute to the success of the Congress.
Ensuring safety, security during congress hinh anh 1A police organises traffic flows to ensure smooth and safe traffic during the 13th National Party Congress. (Photo: VNA)
Ensuring safety, security during congress hinh anh 2Traffic police (under the Hanoi Department of Public Security) organise traffic flows and deploy motorcades to ensure smooth and safe traffic during the 13th National Party Congress. (Photo: VNA)
Ensuring safety, security during congress hinh anh 3People in and out the National Convention Centre, the venue of the 13th National Party Congress, must go through security checks. (Photo: VNA)
Ensuring safety, security during congress hinh anh 4Vehicles get disinfection before entering the National Convention Centre. (Photo: VNA)
Ensuring safety, security during congress hinh anh 5Security force inspect all vehicles entering the National Convention Centre. (Photo: VNA)
Ensuring safety, security during congress hinh anh 6Security force inspect all vehicles into the National Convention Centre. (Photo: VNA)
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