Ukraine to train citizens on how to deal with bombs

Posted On: May 24, 2022   |   Posted By: RT

Ukraine to train citizens on how to deal with bombs

The new boot camp program will deal with safely handling explosive objects, according to a top official
Ukrainians will soon be able to take part in drills aimed at boosting their ability to respond to emergency situations in the event of a potential conflict, Kiev has announced, amid a series of claims that Moscow could be set to order an invasion of the Eastern European nation.
On Tuesday, the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Denis Monastirsky, shared his department's plans to conduct training camps nationwide for citizens.
According to the high-ranking official, “the best specialists and instructors of the State Emergency Service, the National Police, the National Guard and the State Border Service will be involved in the exercises.”

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