The EU Advisory Mission (EUAM) to Ukraine has facilitated the delivery of assistance to Ukraine’s police organised by the German Federal Criminal Police Office.
Ukrainian police received equipment and special-purpose goods worth €500,000, including medical kits, protective gear, satellite communication devices, computer equipment and night vision devices.
According to Deputy Chief of the National Police in the Lviv region, Volodymyr Ilchyshyn, the donation will strengthen the capacities of the law enforcement officers deployed in the eastern and southern parts of Ukraine.
“The EUAM is glad to facilitate cooperation between the Ukrainian and German police. Effective collaboration, support and also sharing of experiences by law enforcement officers are essential in this difficult time. We hope that this assistance will contribute to the protection of citizens of Ukraine,” said acting head of the EU Advisory Mission’s Field Office Lviv Marcus Rolofs.
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