At meeting of Department of Internal Affairs Board Nikolaev Ubopovtsa will "justify" concerning the bad work?

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Tomorrow, on July 23, meeting of Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Board of Ukraine in the Nikolaev area at which results of work of all divisions of the Nikolaev garrison of militia in 7 months of the current year will be considered will take place.

As it was succeeded to learn"Crime. Is NOT PRESENT", the special attention at meeting of Board will be paid to consideration of results of work of Management on fight against organized crime of Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in the Nikolaev area. According to available information, work of divisions doesn't satisfy the Organized Crime Control Department neither the management of the regional Department of Internal Affairs, nor the management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine.

We will remind that during the last briefing, the chief of Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in the Nikolaev areaVladimir UvarovI noted that regional UGSBEP is three heads higher, than the present economic block the Organized Crime Control Department in the Nikolaev area.

"It is impossible to tell that the Organized Crime Control Department doesn't work, but results really unsatisfactory. At the closest meeting of Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Board to the management strict reprimand and if it doesn't work will be declared, can come speeches and about change of that management", - V. Uvarov explained then.

Probably, at meeting of Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Board of Ukraine in the Nikolaev area the assessment also will be given to work of the Nikolaev Organized Crime Control Department. Most likely, the guide of management to fight against organized crime won't manage to avoid rigid criticism.

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