Yuri Golik, Advisor to the head of the Dnipropetrovsk regional state administration, arrived in the city of Severodonetsk of the Luhansk region to support the social movement “the Thin blue line”.
This movement was organized at the end of last year, a veteran of ATO, the soldiers of the 30th brigade and the Creator of the Pizza Veterano Leonid Ostaltseva. The purpose of this program is to support police of Ukraine. A similar program operates in the U.S. from 1950-ies.
“It’s a social movement, when society, citizens and police communicate, help each other, support each other – it brings us together and then there is no conflict. We need to understand each other, not to provoke, not to disturb and above all not to be indifferent to the work of law enforcement officers and to help them”, – said in his Facebook Golik.
He also received from the hands of the chief of police of the Luhansk region Alexander Gostisheva diploma “Thin blue line” for police assistance. In particular, Golik brought to the management of the Lugansk police book-crossing of the 300 books and 200 t-shirts with the slogan “Lugansk – is Ukraine”.
“Alexander Gostishchev was born in the river, head of the patrol police in the Luhansk region. I was born in Lugansk, I work in the Dnipropetrovsk regional state administration. Ukraine we have one. One and indivisible,” said Golik.
Advisor to Dnepropetrovsk Governor called for the Department to protect the economy of the National police in the Luhansk region, where together with head of this Department Alexey Kamyshanskiy also opened a book-crossing.