Dmytro Tsenov, the police chief of the Kyiv region, who was sent to the Donbas after the death of a 5-year-old child, will head the police in the area of Joint Forces Operation. This was announced on June 6 by the first deputy head of the National Police Vyacheslav Abroshkin on Facebook.
“This morning, the JFO commander General Oleksandr Syrskyi presented General Dmytro Tsenov a new head of the police force in the Joint Forces Operation zone,” he wrote.
“The main task – detection of terrorists, seizure of weapons and explosives, maintenance of public order,” he added.
On May 31, in Pereyaslav-Khmelnytsky, police officers Ivan Prykhodko and Volodymyr Petrovets were shooting at metal cans and other objects located in a place where people could be. They shot the 5-year-old Kyrylo Tlyavov, who was at a playground near the house. The child was hospitalized. On June 3, the boy died in the capital’s hospital.