Law enforcers switching to enhanced mode of duty due to inauguration, - State Guard Head

Source : 112 Ukraine

Ukrainian officers will do everything necessary so that nothing spoils the ceremony
22:06, 19 May 2019
President-elect of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky
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On the Inauguration Day of Ukraine's new president Volodymyr Zelensky, law enforcement officers in Kyiv will work in an enhanced mode. Valeriy Geletey, the head of the State Guard of Ukraine said that at 112 Ukraine.

“On May 20, the state security will work in an enhanced mode, like most law enforcement officers of the Ministry of the Interior and the Security Service. This is an exam for the law enforcement system so that during this time (during the inauguration, during the arrival of foreign delegations) everything will be held at a high professional level”, he said.

At the same time, Geletey stressed that now the Ukrainian law enforcement authorities are cooperating with their foreign colleagues who are already coming to Ukraine.

"The exact number of law enforcement officers involved in the protection of order during the inauguration will depend on how many foreign delegations and guests there will be," he said, adding that Ukrainian law enforcement officers will do everything possible so that nothing spoils the ceremony.
According to the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine, as of the evening of May 18, five presidents confirmed the intention to attend the inauguration ceremony of the President of Ukraine (Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Georgia and Hungary), as well as Turkish Vice President, Prime Minister of Moldova, Deputy Prime Ministers of Belarus, Romania, Slovakia and Bulgaria, the Minister of Defense of Canada, the Minister of European Affairs of France, the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland and "more than 40 other high representatives".

The US will be represented by a delegation of five senior officials led by the Secretary of Energy. The European Union will be represented at the ceremony by the Vice-President of the European Commission, Maroš Shevchovich. The Azerbaijani delegation will be headed by the speaker of the parliament, and the Czech Republic will be represented by the chairman of the Senate of this country.
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