Special tactical exercise attended by Eurovision security personnel took place at the National Guard Novi Petrivtsi training facility.
The EOD teams of the Ukrainian Armed Forces have defused almost 12,500 pieces of explosive ordnance in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) zone since the beginning of the year.
The local schools and hospitals are provided with electricity produced by generators installed by Ukraine’s State Emergency Service.
A week after the fire at the ammunition depot in the town of Balakliia, sappers keep clearing unexploded ordnance in the area.
Two employees of the State Emergency Service in the Kyiv region have been indicted on charges of neglect of duty.
No fires caused by exploding ammunition have been recorded in Balakliia city (the Kharkiv region) and nearby villages as of 8 p.m. March 27.
As of 7 a.m. March 27, the neighborhoods of Balakliia town and nine nearby villages n the Kharkiv region have been cleared of explosive objects by State Emergency Service pyrotechnical units.
Four special fire-fighting vehicles are involved into fire-fighting operations at the military ammunition depot of the Defense Ministry at Balakliia, the Kharkiv region.
Blasts of varying intensity were still being recorded (approximately two blasts each hour) on the territory of the ammunition depot in the Kharkiv region as of 1 p.m., March 24.
Blasts of varying intensity are still being recorded on the territory of the ammunition depot in the Kharkiv region as of 7 a.m., March 24.
As of 7:30 a.m. March 23, the rescuers continue evacuating residents from Balakliia city and villages adjacent to the exploding ammunition depot in the Kharkiv region.
Commander of the State Emergency Service squadron Lieutenant Colonel Dmytro Tryteikin died at a hospital in Dnipro City.
There is no power and water-supply, but the apartments are being heated in the frontline town of Avdiivka in the Donetsk region,
132 persons (including 70 children) were evacuated from the war-torn town of Avdiivka (the Donetsk region) as at 4 p.m. Feb. 1.