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The exercises began on Monday, at 21:00 local time, the press service reported, adding that they will further provide information on the results of practical cooperation between law enforcement agencies authorized to fight terrorism, as well as rescue services and local authorities.

As UNIAN reported, chief of staff of the SBU chairman Oleksandr Tkachuk last week said that the SBU did not have any specific information about provocations being plotted to be carried out during the international song contest in Kyiv.

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