It was collected as part of the “Guns 4 Ukraine” campaign.
Miami will hand over to Ukrainian this week Irpen 167 firearms.
This was announced by the mayor of Irpen Alexander Markushin in his Telegram channel.
In June, the Miami police began a campaign to buy weapons from the townspeople called “Guns 4 Ukraine”. Those wishing to give away unwanted weapons were paid from 50 to 200 dollars per unit.
Also, the police added confiscated pistols and machine guns to the bought ones.
“Now the legal procedure for transferring weapons to Irpin is being completed. The appropriate license and necessary permits have been obtained. In fact, today we are developing a model according to which, I sincerely believe, in the future Irpin and other cities of Ukraine will be able to receive weapons for their defense. In particular, negotiations with the city are ongoing Houston,” Markushin said.
The received weapons will be handed over to the Irpin policemen and territorial defense fighters.
In addition, today the City Council voted for Irpin and Miami to become sister cities. The corresponding decision was made in Miami at the end of July.
As UNIAN reported earlier, the Kyiv City Council deprived Minsk sister city status.