On July 4, meeting of the Deputy Head of the SES of Ukraine Ruslan Biloshitsky with representatives of the companies "Integra" and "Weeze Training Base" was held in the State Emergency Service of Ukraine. Representatives of the Association "Airports of Ukraine" of civil aviation in the European Union, the National Police, the National Guard, the Ministry of Defense, etc. took part in the event.
During the working meeting, participants discussed the issues of specialized education and training of the personnel of the fire and rescue units of the SESU and the departmental fire brigade, as well as the anti-terrorist units of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Security Service of Ukraine.
"The results of our further cooperation are undoubtedly extremely important both for the SESU and for the entire state system working to protect the civilian population and territories. I hope that after this meeting our bilateral cooperation will continue in the future and will be developed through joint efforts", Ruslan Biloshitsky said.
In turn, Oleksandr Shiyan, who represented the Association of civil aviation "Airports of Ukraine", noted the importance of specialized education of personnel and specialists in the relevant field of security according to European standards. "We have the opportunity to learn from the experience of foreign specialists in the field of rescue, fire and anti-terrorist security," he said.
In particular, the “Weeze Training Base” - a training base in Germany, is located on more than 42 hectares on the territory of the former military air base of the Royal Air Force of Great Britain. It is equipped with the necessary facilities, including models of airplanes, helicopters, aircraft hangars, technical and residential buildings. The training is conducted in conditions that are as close to real as possible. This perspective was discussed by the participants of the meeting.
The same day, after meeting with foreign representatives, it is planned to visit the training ground of the Mobile Rescue Center of the Emergency Response of the SES of Ukrainian.