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About 800 police officers have been trained in Ukraine's Donetsk region to work in the de-occupied territories.

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The relevant information was announced during the all-Ukrainian scientific and practical round table titled "De-occupation of Donbas: the organizational and legal mechanism for restoring the territorial integrity of Ukraine," which took place in Mariupol, according to the Donetsk region police's official website.

In particular, the police within the framework of the de-occupation strategy are developing a procedure for the functioning of police units in the temporarily occupied territory, as well as priority measures to ensure public safety and protect the rights of citizens.

In this regard, about 800 police officers have already been trained to work in the de-occupied territories, as well as resources have been provided for the uninterrupted operation of units.

It is reported the basic principles of the organizational and legal mechanism for restoring the territorial integrity of Ukraine were determined during the round table. They will be taken into account during practical measures to resolve the situation in Donbas.