Five more Ukrainian cities will have their brand new police by June
Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov has announced that the brand new police will start working in five more cities and towns by June.
"The [law-enforcement] reform is being implemented step-by-step," he tweeted on Sunday, May 15.
In particular, patrol police will begin to work in the cities of Kryvyi Rih and Mariupol, as well as in the towns of Lysychansk, Rubizhne, and Severodonetsk.
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