Poroshenko: Law enforcers prevented 300 terrorist attacks in Ukraine
Poroshenko noted work of Security Service of Ukraine, National Guard and National Police
Ukrainian law enforcers prevented 300 terrorist attacks in our country. The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said this in his speech at the training center of the National Guard of Ukraine during the ceremony of presenting state and sports awards.
"The intensity of these efforts (to destabilize, - ed.) is demonstrated by the fact that almost 300 terrorist attacks were prevented by law enforcement agencies," - said the head of state.
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Poroshenko also noted Security Service of Ukraine job, as well as National Guard and National Police.
Recall, according to Security Service of Ukraine information law enforcers only in March prevented 200 terrorist attacks and detained about 30 sabotage groups.
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