EU Advisory Mission Ukraine shares IT equipment with police stations in liberated areas
November 1, 2022

EU Advisory Mission Ukraine shares IT equipment with police stations in liberated areas


The EU Advisory Mission Ukraine (EUAM) has provided IT equipment to police stations in liberated areas in eastern Ukraine. 

This emergency support package of around 200 second-hand items included servers, computers, laptops, projectors, and uninterruptible power supplies from EUAM’s own stock of equipment.

“Police officers are doing outstanding work in liberated regions to ensure safety of citizens and public order. EUAM is happy to address this National Police request by sharing some of the equipment the Mission had in its own use,” said Rosalyn Sheehan, EUAM Head of Operations.

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