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12,000 law enforcers to secure public order during UEFA Champions League finals in Kyiv
12:42, 11 May 2018

12,000 law enforcers to secure public order during UEFA Champions League finals in Kyiv

The women's Champions League final is slated for May 24; men will play on May 26

12:42, 11 May 2018

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About 12,000 police workers and National Guard servicemen will be maintaining the public security in the Ukrainian capital when the city hosts the final fixtures of UEFA Champions League - in the women's and men's respective events. The matches are scheduled for May 24 and May 26, respectively.

According to the First Deputy Interior Minister Serhiy Yarovy, 'there will be 6,000 police agents, 3,000 National Guards, a thousand of Border Guard servicemen and otehr services involved'. 

Special drills will be conducted prior to the sports events; some will involve the premises of the NSC Olimpiysky stadium.

The Ukrainian law enforcers will hold consultations with colleagues from abroad, specifically, the Spanish police.

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