Law Enforcement Is On Duty to Ensure Public Order and Safety During Election Voting
Over 133,000 officers throughout the country are in place to prevent any issues during the second round of presidential voting
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Over 133,000 law enforcement officers are on duty during the second round of the presidential election in Ukraine.
“More than 133,000 law enforcement officers keep public order and safety during the elections, including almost 72,400 police officers, 7,500 members of the National Guard, almost 39,000 rescuers and more than 8,000 border guards. The law enforcement officers are on duty in squads, crime scene investigation teams and dialog groups. Moreover, they ensure public order at the polling stations and are ready to solve arising problems,” First Deputy Interior Minister of Ukraine Serhiy Yarovyi announced, the press service of the National Police reports.
At present, only one polling station – in Lebedynske village on the contact line in Donetsk region – has not opened yet, the deputy minister added.