The work of the police in the liberated territories will be established as quickly as possible: the Minister of Internal Affairs visited the Kharkiv region  News of Kharkiv and Ukraine

The work of the police in the liberated territories will be established as quickly as possible: the Minister of Internal Affairs visited the Kharkiv region News of Kharkiv and Ukraine

Coordination of forces and means of law enforcement agencies to ensure normal living conditions of people in the de-occupied territories. The Minister of Internal Affairs, Denys Monastyrskyi, called this the main goal of his visit to the Kharkiv region.

Denys Monastyrskyi, Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

In many settlements, there is no light, heat, any conditions for life. Therefore, the first thing is the provision of humanitarian goods, and here the possibility of their arrival, this will be ensured by the military administration together with the national police. The second is the return of the law enforcement system and provision of these villages and towns that will be, or have already been, de-occupied. No preparations were made by the occupying authorities for the winter period. People are worried, all efforts will be directed to solve this super-task, because there is little time left before the start of the heating period. Heads of military administrations will be appointed, obviously, in the de-occupied settlements, who will be responsible for providing priority needs.

But first of all, liberated cities and towns must be cleared of mines, roads must be accessible and access to infrastructure facilities to restore communication, electricity, and heat supply. In order to speed up the demining work, about 10 calculations of pyrotechnicians from other regions will be involved in addition.

Denys Monastyrskyi, Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

Each calculation is 5-6 people, provided with transport and equipment for demining. Completely from all over Ukraine. The region has about 3-4 calculations – we leave one, all others are collected for such regions. We already had such experience in the Kyiv, Chernihiv, and Sumy regions.

It has already been determined which units should be the first to enter the liberated settlements in order to ensure law and order. The restoration of the law enforcement system in the de-occupied territories will take place as quickly as possible.

Denys Monastyrskyi, Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

Today I met with the head of the regional department who worked in those territories. He has a staff and will immediately enter the de-occupied areas. Identified units that will stand at roadblocks will handle filtering, that’s all formed. A number of checkpoints have already been set up in the de-occupied territories.

The minister also visited the northern districts of the city, which are constantly under fire.

Denys Monastyrskyi, Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

Districts that border the east of the country, talked with those who are on the demarcation line. We visited the positions, they are fortified, Kharkiv is protected from the north and east.

The minister thanked the defenders of Kharkiv, the memory of the dead was honored with a moment of silence.

Denys Monastyrskyi, Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

A city that will go down in history as the city of the unconquered, it is so thanks to the National Guard, border guards, police, rescuers, and our Armed Forces.

For conscientious service and courage during the performance of combat defenders, awards were given. The 32-year-old sniper, who has been serving in the police since 2010, received an award weapon, the Fort-17, from the minister. For what exactly – he does not say, he agrees to tell only about the difficulties of the work.

a sniper of the KORD special unit of the National Police

Consider the wind. Find a position and complete the task. Not everything goes as smoothly as we would like. The wind is variable and this is probably the most difficult thing about sniping. Because of this, snipers will not be transferred, because they need to develop skills.

A rescuer of the State Emergency Service, who was pulling people out from under rubble and burning buildings, was injured himself at one of the exits. The treatment lasted a month.

Roman Lipskyi, firefighter-rescuer of the 2nd DPRCH

He was injured while extinguishing the warehouse, an explosive injury. He returned to the formation again. I continue my service. An unexploded shell exploded, he was injured.

National Guardsman Yevhen receives an award for his participation in hostilities in Donbas – the villages of Rubizhne and Zolote.

Yevhen, military NSU

It was something new after 2015, it was a new level of fighting, not positional, but bone to bone, fire contact, street fighting. I had no such experience.

According to the minister’s assessment, the police of the Kharkiv region responded appropriately to the invasion of the occupiers.

Denys Monastyrskyi, Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

The police cordon knocked out tanks, stopped the enemy’s equipment, and carried out sweeps of the DRG, which worked directly in Kharkiv. Thanks to joint efforts, we are generally talking about free Kharkiv today.

Also, according to Monastyrskyi, even today there is a great contribution of Ukrainian policemen to the liberation of territories in Kharkiv Oblast.


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