Donetsk police transferred to the strengthened mode

Донецкую полицию перевели в усиленный режим

Донецкую полицию перевели в усиленный режим

Netpolice Donetsk region

Донецкую полицию перевели в усиленный режим

Netpolice Donetsk region

Донецкую полицию перевели в усиленный режим

Netpolice Donetsk region

Донецкую полицию перевели в усиленный режим

Netpolice Donetsk region

Донецкую полицию перевели в усиленный режим

Netpolice Donetsk region

Донецкую полицию перевели в усиленный режим

Netpolice Donetsk region

Донецкую полицию перевели в усиленный режим

Netpolice Donetsk region

Донецкую полицию перевели в усиленный режим

Netpolice Donetsk region

Police transferred to the strengthened mode of service until may 11.

Police Donetsk region raised the alarm in connection with the order of the head of Netpolice Khatia Dekanoidze on transition to the strengthened mode of service, according to the website of the regional police.

“Check combat readiness took place by order of the chief SEPL in the Donetsk region Vyacheslav Abroskin. The alarm sounded at 6 am throughout the area. In full gear, the police quickly arrived to the destination and lined up for inspection”, – the report says.

Personal composition of a regional police Central Board has instructed the General Abroskin.

Law enforcement authorities will ensure the safety and protection of public order in emergency mode, which will last until may 11th inclusive. To the residents of the zone ATO quietly celebrated may day celebrations involved the maximum of forces and means of police, the report says.

“From now in order to prevent penetration of subversive groups and illegal trafficking of arms tightened controls at checkpoints and on the roads of the region, will be an integrated mining settlements. The activities will be involved more than 1.5 thousand police officers every day,” the statement said.

Previously Dekanoidze said that in the next few days in Kiev will increase the number of police patrol cars.

The police of Ukraine will be completed with groups cover

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