The chief of the Nikolaev Department of Internal Affairs Vladimir Uvarov visited No. 3039 VCh which fighters daily come

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As it became known "to Crime. There is no chief", yesterday, on March 19,Nikolaevthe regional Department of Internal Affairs of Ukraine the militia colonel Vladimir Uvarov visited the Special motorized regiment of militia of VCh No. 3039 which is deployed inNikolaev.


During this visit the chief of Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in the Nikolaev area discussed with the commander of military unit colonel Vladimir Kondratyuk the interaction mechanism on protection of a public order between front divisions of the Nikolaev garrison of militia and the military personnel of internal troops of Ukraine.

It should be noted that daily, on an equal basis with employees of a battalion patrulno - sentry duty and a special forces company "Golden eagle", to patrol city streets there are also about 140 servicemen of internal troops.

Besides, fighters of special forces of internal troops provide protection of judges and the building of the Nikolaev appellate court in which now passes a number of resonant processes not only in the Nikolaev area. In addition, fighters of VCh No. 3039 escort especially dangerous criminals.

To the chief of Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in the Nikolaev area showed the weapon which is on arms of internal troops, nursery with guard dogs and vehicle fleet which, besides cars, turns on also armored personnel carriers.

Vladimir Uvarov and visited Varvarovke where the second battalion of internal troops of VCh No. 3039 is located.

In turn, the chief of the Nikolaev regional management of militia promised that will help as far as possible to the Special motorized regiment of militia of VCh No. 3039 and hoped that fighters of this regiment will carry out further the duties assigned to them.

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