Cabinet allocates UAH 140 mln to Interior Ministry for personal protective equipment.

The Cabinet of Ministers decided to allocate UAH 140 million from the reserve fund of the state budget to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine for personal protective equipment for law enforcement officers.

“The draft regulation provides for the allocation of UAH 140 million to the Ministry of Internal Affairs officers to provide them with personal protective equipment when implementing anti-epidemic measures and sanitary and quarantine control in the face of a pandemic caused by the spread of the coronavirus Covid-19 in Ukraine,” Minister of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture Ihor Petrashko said.

The Cabinet of Ministers endorsed the decision.

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