EU delivers 13,500 NATO-standard first aid kits to Ukrainian law enforcement agencies
September 8, 2022

EU delivers 13,500 NATO-standard first aid kits to Ukrainian law enforcement agencies

The EU-funded PRAVO Police programme has delivered 13,500 NATO-standard individual first aid kits to Ukrainian law enforcement agencies. These include the National Police of Ukraine, the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, the State Bureau of Investigations, and the Prosecutor General’s Office. 

The total value of the donated items was over €880,000.

Fredrik Wesslau, Acting Head of the EU Advisory Mission, said Ukrainian law enforcement officers in wartime were risking their lives and protecting the lives of others: “It is essential for them to be able to administer first aid to themselves, their fellow service members, and citizens before professional medical care arrives. Properly given first aid can be lifesaving.”

The EU-funded PRAVO Police Programme is implemented by UNOPS in close cooperation with the EU Advisory Mission (EUAM) Ukraine.

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