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Police addresses an appeal to the journalists

16.06.2020 23:29 Clarifications
Police addresses an appeal to the journalists

Today journalists covering the events near the National Security Service building complained about the actions of the Police.
On the instructions of the Head of Police, the incident of concern will be investigated.
Before that, it should be reminded that the Police always carry out urgent actions in the places of mass gatherings in order to ensure public order. Those responsible for the above-mentioned actions warn the participants of the event, and urge journalists to take a position that will allow them not to interfere with the work of the Police and each other’s activity.
Dear journalists!
The Police highly appreciate your professional efforts to provide urgent information to the public and consider the media to be a full partner in ensuring public order.
So again, please, heed our call and continue the Police-media partnership for the benefit of public order, the security of our citizens and the unconditional fulfillment of the professional responsibilities of all us.