December 2022


Assessment trip to Dnipro – Mobile Unit meets with Law Enforcement Agencies and Civil Society 

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Statement  on the occasion of International Human Rights Day
Austria donates funds for equipment and training of the National Police of Ukraine

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EUAM facilitated first-aid training for officers of the National Police working close to combat zones and liberated areas

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EUAM highlights and achievements in 2022

Despite the ongoing Russian war of aggression, we continue to support our Ukrainian counterparts. In his End of Year address, the #EUAM’s Head of Mission, Antti Hartikainen, highlights some of the Mission’s activities and achievements from 2022. We are thankful to all our Ukrainian counterparts for the fruitful cooperation and are looking forward to continue the joint work in 2023.

Lynn Sheehan: We all have to be more focused, committed and adaptable in terms of the advice and assistance that we provide to our Ukrainian partners

"I like being a Gender Focal Point in EUAM Ukraine. Meeting with women’s organisations, as we have been doing here in Lviv this week, and discussing safety and security from a gender perspective helps to broaden your views as a police officer.."

Ove Pettersson,
EUAM Adviser and Trainer on Community Policing
The full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine in February has changed a lot. The EU Advisory Mission to Ukraine (EUAM) was forced to evacuate its personnel, but continued to provide support to its Ukrainian partners on the ground, demonstrating commitment, flexibility and adaptability. Now that the Mission has fully returned to Ukraine and we head into 2023, we sit together with Lynn Sheehan, who joined the Mission as the new Head of Operations in October, to talk about recent developments at EUAM, as well as her personal goals and motivation.

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