The event was held in the meeting-hall of the Gdov District Administration.
Residents of the district in the course of a dialogue with the Chiefs of MIA Administration for the Pskov Region were able to ask their questions related to law enforcement and public safety.
The meeting was chaired by Jemal Malyshev, Chairman of the Public Council with the MIA Administration.
There were raised, in particular, issues of traffic safety, illegal forest felling and police precincts' activities.
Great interest was shown to the discussion of a hot topic of improving the interaction of internal affairs bodies with the population.
Chief of the MIA Administration for the Pskov Region Police Major-General Boris Govorun, stressed, in this connection, that the rule of law depends not only on the efforts of the police, but also on the civilian position of the population, on the level of its activity in crime prevention.
The information and propaganda campaign was also attended by Chief of the Traffic Police Administration of the MIA Administration for the Pskov Region Police Colonel Anatoly Efimov, Chief of MIA Division for the Gdov District Police Colonel Sergey Ashcheulov and the Human Rights Ombudsman of the Pskov Region, Viktor Ivanov, Chairman of the Council of Veterans of Internal Affairs and the Internal Troops Nikolai Severinyuk. Gdov District Head Nikolay Mironov thanked the guests and all the participants for the useful and constructive dialogue.
Such actions are regularly held for a number of years in the cities and districts of the region by the MIA Administration for the Pskov Region and the Public Council with the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
They help strengthening the contacts of internal affairs bodies with the population, enhance citizens' confidence.
Press-Service of the MIA Administration for the Pskov Region
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