EUAM delivers laptops, smart phones, office devices and software to Ukrainian police
June 15, 2022

EUAM delivers laptops, smart phones, office devices and software to Ukrainian police

The EU Advisory Mission (EUAM) to Ukraine has delivered new equipment worth up to €356,000 to the National Police of Ukraine (NPU).

The donation includes laptops, multifunctional office devices, smartphones and software, and will support pre-trial investigation, criminal investigation, information and analytical support units.

“The equipment will be distributed, in particular, among units affected by Russian aggression. It will go to the areas where the NPU lost its regional departments,” said Vasyl Teterya, Deputy Head of  NPU.

Ukraine’s law enforcement agencies earlier received from EUAM personal protective equipment worth €3.0 million as a part of the EU-funded Pravo Police Programme. 

Since the start of the Russian invasion, EUAM has reallocated all of its project funds (€1.6 million) to meet the immediate needs of Ukrainian law enforcement agencies. Thanks to this, EUAM has already delivered over half a million euros worth of food rations for the Ukrainian police, among others.

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