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Vice-premier demands more efforts to safeguard veterans’ well-being

Updated: Jan 27,2019 6:53 AM     Xinhua

TIANJIN — Vice-Premier Sun Chunlan called for more efforts to accelerate the building of a system to safeguard the well-being of veterans.

Sun, also a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, made the remarks on Jan 26 at a work conference aiming to push the work in North China’s Tianjin municipality.

Sun urged officials to consider the building of a service and security system for military veterans as a political task and finish the building of the system before the end of May. The system should have both funding and personnel support, she said.

Sun added that a unified online information platform should be set up to process online services.