The EU Advisory Mission (EUAM) in Ukraine has handed over 14 vehicles to the Main Department of National Police (MD-NPU) in Sievierodonetsk in the Luhansk Oblast.
“The biggest challenge is to provide the best quality services for citizens, for them to feel secure taking into account their concerns. We hope that the vehicles we are providing will be a helpful support to your police officers, reaching people even in the most remote corners of the region,” EUAM Head of Operations, Udo Moeller, said.
EUAM deployed its Mobile Unit and experts from other units to the Government Controlled Area of Luhansk for an operational needs assessment to establish sustainable contacts with relevant regional and local stakeholders. The Mission aims to lay a foundation for future community policing activities in the region and determine possible future support opportunities.
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