The State Emergency Service of Ukraine

Operational information on last day
Total events335
Fires269
Rescued4
Saved buildings61
The radiation (Kyiv)0.011 mR/hour
The radiation (Kyiv area)0.012 mR/hourд
The radiation (Chornobyl)0.024 mR/hour
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21 September09:18 Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast: A seminar on "Development of voluntary fire brigades network" was held at the Department of the SES Of Ukraine in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast.

The second phase of the project "Improving the effectiveness of the response of Ukrainian emergency rescue services in emergency situations" is being implemented within the framework of the program "Polish Aid for the Development 2018" on the teretorry of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast.

19 September17:03 In Donetsk, psychologists conduct classes within the framework of the project "Therapeutic Dogs"

An introductory seminar of the Therapeutic Dogs for Ukraine project took place in the Donetsk region under the patronage of the German Society for International Cooperation. It was attended by the psychologists of the General Directorate, the Pyrotechnician and the dog Sem.

19 September07:41 Rescuers of SESU the Silver Award won the Silver Award at the team grade for the XIV World Championship in Fire and Applied Sport

Recently, the SESU rescuers took part in the XIV Championship of the World of Fire and Applied Sport, which took place from 10 to 16 September in the town of Banska Bystrica, Slovak Republic.

18 September11:37 Rescuers of Donetsk region participated in coordination meeting of partner organizations of the Cluster on water, sanitation and hygiene

A coordination meeting on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH Cluster) was held in Kramatorsk, Donetsk region, recently. The purpose of the event was to discuss the best practices of coordination in emergency situations in the Donetsk region.

18 September09:43 Ecological aspect of the reintegration of the occupied territories of Donetsk and Lugansk regions

Donbas is one of the world’s largest coal mining technologically saturated regions, where the state of the environment has always caused serious concern among experts. Military aggression, economic crisis and ignoring of ecological risks by the “authorities” of the occupied territories in the near future can lead to catastrophic consequences. The Ukrainian side for more than four years has no access to the territory seized by the militants, which does not allow to fully assess the damage done to the environment and take appropriate measures to respond to existing threats.

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