The Ministry of Internal Affairs is developing mechanisms for restoring a safe environment in Ukraine after the end of the conflict.
The investigators of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine have recorded more than 98 thousand war crimes committed by the Russian army on the territory of Ukraine. The head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Igor Klimenko, announced this on Friday, October 27, the portal of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine reported.
He also noted that a special “War Criminal” database was created in Ukraine, which contains data on 240 thousand people participating in the war against Ukraine.
“We are confident that every person who committed crimes against the Ukrainian people must suffer a fair punishment. And that in any democratic country these war criminals will not have a quiet life,” Igor Klimenko emphasized.
Igor Klimenko noted that terror on the part of the Russian Federation does not stop and that the Ukrainian authorities are ready for the Russians to attack energy facilities in the winter.
“Currently, more than 13 thousand Indestructibility Points have been created in Ukraine, where citizens can charge their gadgets, stay warm and ask for help. In addition, the condition of civil protection facilities is constantly monitored, “said the head of the Ministry of the Interior. The tasks.
Speaking about the crimes of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, the minister pointed out that about 30% of the territory of Ukraine is potentially dangerous from the point of view of mine safety.
“More than 144 thousand hectares have already been surveyed, but even after clearing the territory, it is not completely safe,” said Klimenko.
At the same time, the Ministry of Internal Affairs is already developing mechanisms for restoring a safe environment in Ukraine after the end of hostilities. According to Igor Klimenok, the development of the video surveillance system and video analytics continues.
“We are doing everything possible to ensure the safety of citizens. And we are grateful to our strategic partners for the fact that in difficult times we are not alone,” said Klimenko.
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