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3 Mar 2017

Lukashenko: Police need to cherish citizens’ trust, strengthen it daily

Lukashenko: Police need to cherish citizens’ trust, strengthen it daily

MINSK, 3 March (BelTA) – The police need to cherish the trust of citizens and strengthen it daily, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko said when speaking at the official meeting to mark the 100th anniversary of the Belarusian police, BelTA has learned.

“The most objective evaluation measure for the interior agencies and the police is the trust of citizens,” Alexander Lukashenko said.

Lukashenko: Police need to cherish citizens’ trust, strengthen it dailyThe president drew attention to the fact that the work of the interior authorities are always in the focus of public attention: the police is the most important state institution. It should be such: the higher the prestige of the interior ministry, the stronger the respect for the rule of law and the stronger the faith of ordinary citizens in justice,” the Belarusian leader said.

Lukashenko: Police need to cherish citizens’ trust, strengthen it dailyThe head of state also noted that there is no order without decency. “This applies, first of all, to the professional and personal integrity of a police officer. The bar is high, but every officer of the interior should know that when protecting the lives and rights of people, he must also respect their dignity and good name,” Alexander Lukashenko stressed.Lukashenko: Police need to cherish citizens’ trust, strengthen it daily

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