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Cossack Guards Will Appear In Sokolniki Park
15.01.2015 17:52
Cossack Guards Will Appear In Sokolniki Park

Teams of Cossack neighborhood guards will soon begin patrolling the “Sokolniki” park on weekends and public holidays.

      “In addition to the ENEA, the parks in Tsaritsyno, Kolomenskoye and Kuzminki, public order will soon be maintained by Cossack neighborhood guards in the “Sokolniki” park”- the Deputy Ataman of the Central Cossack Troop for Security Andrei Shustrov said. He noted that during the Christmas holidays 200 Cossack guards ensured security in these parks, there were no dangerous situations during the patrolling, the Cossacks only conducted explanatory talks with drunk people. In accordance with the law, the Cossacks do not carry any weapons, they perform the duties of the people's neighborhood guards.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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