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China's police chief urges modernization of public security capabilities
update:November 30,2023
Nov.30, 2023 -- China's police chief has called for further efforts to bolster public security capabilities and safeguard the country's modernization endeavors.
Wang Xiaohong, a member of the Secretariat of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and minister of public security, made the remarks during a national meeting attended by local police chiefs, which was held on Thursday and Friday in Hangzhou, East China's Zhejiang province.
He urged public security organs to fulfill their duties in an improved manner, prioritizing the protection of the people's peace and happiness, promoting the development of smart public security, and thoroughly implementing reform measures.
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