Almotamar.net, Saba - Interior Minister Mutahar al-Masri stressed on Wednesday the need to apply the law and order and zero tolerance with all those who seek to harm the security and stability of the homeland.
He confirmed, during his visit to the camp of the Central Security Forces, that the Ministry of Interior would perform its constitutional and legal duties and would not allow subversives to disturb the public order or threaten citizens or their properties.
Al-Masri praised the role played by the Central Security Forces and the rest of security units and their efforts in carrying out their tasks to maintain security and stability, and to confront all subversive calls that lead to disrupt the laws and regulations and impede the development process.
He pointed to the successes achieved in the 20th Gulf Cup tournament, which the security men played a major role in through the good dealing with the citizens and the participating delegations and guests.
Moreover, al-Masri confirmed the keenness of the Ministry on the training and rehabilitation of all security units, topped by the Central Security Forces.
He urged all the Central Security soldiers to be on the alert and the permanent readiness so as to enable them to perform their duties to the fullest.
During his visit, al-Masri met with officers and soldiers of the camp and discussed with them a number of topics on the performance.
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