It’s the third month of the struggle against russian invaders; we have finally decided to talk about supporting the domestic law enforcement and security agencies since the first days of the war.
The morning of February 24th divided the life of every Ukrainian into “before” and “after”.
We could not leave the city where we were born, learned to ride a bike, graduated from school and university; where our children were born. From the first days of the war, we, at our own expense, installed and set up specialized equipment for round-the-clock surveillance of active combat zones and perimeters to detect enemy forces and saboteur groups in the areas of active combat in the suburbs of Kyiv. The russists did not expect all their movements to be known to the Armed Forces and suffered crushing blows as a result.
Another area of our cooperation includes assistance to the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine: in March and April, high-precision equipment for the detection of unauthorized border crossings and outsider presence near strategic and critical infrastructure facilities was installed and maintained.