Chief of the Nikolaev Department of Internal Affairs: The underground gaming, works today only thanks to protection of people in shoulder straps

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Staff of Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in the Nikolaev area continues fight against the gaming remains in the area territory.

During today's a press - conferences, the chief of Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in the Nikolaev area militia colonel Vladimir Uvarov told about two last facts of elimination of underground gambling institutions.

We will remind that "Crime. Is NOT PRESENT" wrote that in Nikolaev the Organized Crime Control Department closed a large casino "Adrenaline" which worked despite a ban of a gaming.

Making comments on these facts, Vladimir Uvarov declared that there is a number of difficulties in fight against the gaming remains.

"You understand that this business can exist only when there is a support of people in shoulder straps - whether it be SBU, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, prosecutor's office", - Vladimir Uvarov declared.

It reminded that at the end of the last week, the underground slot machine hall in пгт was liquidated by Veselinovo who settled down in 150 meters from the District Department of Internal Affairs.

"At present representation addressed to the Minister about dismissal of the chief of the District Department of Internal Affairs is written. He couldn't but know about functioning of this slot machine hall therefore also such drastic measures", - were declared by V. Uvarov.

He promised that, further, there will be such "policy".

V. Uvarov once again emphasized that the underground gaming, works today only thanks to protection of people in shoulder straps.

"In Veselinovo too which - who in shoulder straps fainted and I shouted: "This all mine", - the chief of the Nikolaev Department of Internal Affairs admitted.

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