Ukraine's National Police hopes for no provocations during LGBTQ march
5,000 police and 1,500 National Guards to provide security in Kyiv on June 12
The National Police of Ukraine is sure that the upcoming LGBTQ march in Kyiv will go without any provocations. The head of the National Police Khatia Dekanoidze stated that at a press conference, reports "112 Ukraine".
"I'm sure that there will not be any provocateurs, I believe they don’t want to oppose the police... I'm sure it is going to be fine. Our intelligence service is working. I hope that the March of Equality will take place without any incidents," she said.
At the same time, she noted that the police will take rigid actions in case of provocations during the march.
“The main task of police officers is to protect the civilians. Five thousand police officers are going to promote safety during the March of Equality, and the National Police will take tough measures in order to respond to all provocative actions," she added.
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