Internal Ministry tightens law enforcement in Kyiv

Source : 112 Ukraine

Additional reinforced forces of the National Police and National Guard will take care of capital residents' and guests' safety
21:20, 16 March 2018

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Ukraine’s Internal Ministry will tighten law enforcement in Kyiv. Viktoriya Navrotska, Deputy Director of Internal Ministry, wrote on Facebook.

“Patrol Police Department, preventive units, dog handler, National Guard officers and anti-conflict groups are involved in 24-hour patrol,” she wrote.

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Additional reinforced forces are on duty to counter crime and prevent attempts to disrupt operating environment.

She also stressed that the law enforcers focus on preventive measures, termination of law violation and immediate reaction to civilians’ requests.

Earlier it was reported that Ukraine is to enforce the security of Russian diplomatic agencies on the day of Russia presidential elections.

Ukraine’s Internal Ministry informed, that they will not allow Russian citizens, who live in Ukraine, to vote.

Earlier, Ukrainian nationalists promise to block Russian presidential elections in Ukraine on March 18, 2018. This is said in the joint statement of Ukrainian political parties Svoboda, Right Sector and National Corps. Political parties intend to block polling stations and form “corridor of shame” for voters – Russian citizens.

As we reported earlier, Russian presidential elections will be held on March 18 – the fourth anniversary of illegal occupation of Crimea. There are eight candidates, including the current president of the state. Russia intends to hold elections in annexed Crimea. Peninsula’s Prosecutor’s Office, which is located in Kyiv, threatened election organizers with criminal liability.

Related: Criminal proceeding on election commission in Crimea opened

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