RFE\RL: FBI train Special Forces of Ukraine’s National Anti-Corruption Bureau
Drills include tactical training and weapons practice
Instructors for the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigations started training employees of the Special Operations Department at the NACB (National Anti-Corruption Bureau) of Ukraine. The press service of the NACB reported this on Tuesday (Radio Liberty). The training process includes tactical training and weapons practice, methods of detention of criminals in the building and in the car, and certain ways to clean up buildings.
The practice will run for 10 days, eight of them at a firing range. Workers of KORD, the special task force unit of the National Police, will join the training along with NACB servicemen.
The Bureau added that the training is performed in the frameworks of the Memorandum on mutual understanding between the NACB and the FBI, signed in late June 2016.
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