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Police to strengthen its work on administrative border with Crimea
16:17, 14 January 2018
Police to strengthen its work on administrative border with Crimea

The police explained the need to step up work on the administrative border due to significant number of people and transport, which cross it every day

16:17, 14 January 2018

Press service of the National Police

Law enforcers will strengthen their work on the administrative border with Crimea, the press service of the National Police of Ukraine reported on the results of the operational meeting under the leadership of Vyacheslav Abroskin, which was held on January 13.

It is noted that over the past year, the line of delimitation between mainland Ukraine and the occupied peninsula was crossed by over 2.5 million people and more than 410 thousand vehicles.

"In order to effectively counter the actions of intruders who can come from Crimea and disappear there, all units of the Crimean Police Headquarters and the police departments of the surrounding regions will be involved," the press service of the National Police said.

Abroskin said that it was a question of identifying crimes committed against Ukrainian citizens in the territory of Crimea, as well as detaining people wanted by Ukrainian law enforcers for crimes against the bases of Ukraine's national security.

"Separately, the meeting participants discussed the work on detaining intruders who come to Ukraine to commit grave and especially serious crimes, as well as sabotage acts. In addition, Ukrainian law enforcers record cases of kidnapping of transport that disappears on the territory of Crimea," press service added.

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