Hungarian policemen invited children from Ukraine to rest in the summer camp

16 June 2019 13:36  35199912 0201949
Hungarian policemen invited children from Ukraine to rest in the summer camp

During a meeting of the Transcarpathian police management with a delegation from Hungary, the foreign colleagues gave Ukrainian children certificates for vacation in the International Road Traffic Camp in Nyiregyhaza. This was reported by the official website of the Main Office of the National Police in Transcarpathian region.

Children of Ukrainian policemen will be resting in Nyiregyhaza from 9 to 16 of July. 

Not only Transcarpathian children will go to Hungary, but also children of law enforcement officers from Luhansk and Donetsk region.

The Chief of the National Police in Transcarpathia Colonel Roman Stefanyshyn and his Deputy, Police Colonel Ivan Penyak met the delegation headed by the deputy chief of the Police Department of the Szabolcs-Szatmar-Bereg region and the Chief Police Advisor, Police Colonel Dr. Zolt Gudak.

During the negotiations between the parties, the heads of law enforcement bodies discussed further cooperation.

In particular, in the near future, children of Hungarian policemen will visit the city of Lviv at the invitation of Roman Stefanyshyn, chief of the Transcarpathian Police.

"We continue to adhere to the tradition that has existed for many years. Thanks to such initiatives, children of Ukrainian law-enforcement officers can see foreign countries, and Hungarian schoolchildren, respectively, Ukraine," - the chief of the Transcarpathian police said.

The Department of Communications of Transcarpathian Regional Police

Tags: summer camp, children, police, Hungary, Transcarpathia

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