The Prince also noted that by the end of 2018, a special unit of the police, COVD will get all the rifles corresponding to NATO standards

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The leadership of the National police of Ukraine is considering the possibility of providing the police with modern arms stopping action, in particular, the possibility of use in the future, modern weapons of NATO standards – submachine gun MP-5.

This was stated by the head of the National police of Ukraine Sergey Knyazev during the exercise of the interior Ministry of Ukraine, according to the Department of communication of national police.

“We have a desire to acquire and to put the entire police on the machines MP-5”, – he said.

The Prince also noted that by the end of 2018, a special unit of the police, COUD get the required number of rifles, relevant NATO standards.

In addition, according to him, now Natspolitsiya exploring the possibility of providing workers with housing under the system of financial leasing payment of the purchase price of the service process.

“Law enforcement that a period served in the police, enters into a contract or a contract with one of the state institutions and receives housing. He then pays for housing no more than 15-20 percent of the cash collateral in 10-15 years. And interest, for example, will be minimal or will take Netpolice,” – said Knyazev.


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