MISSIONS OF THE MILITARY COMPONENT OF THE BORDER GUARD SERVICE OF UKRAINE AS A SUBJECT OF NATIONAL SECURITY SYSTEM OF UKRAINE IN CONDITION OF ANTI-TERRORISTIC OPERATION
Keywords:Border Guard Service of Ukraine, national security, military component.
AbstractUnder the influence of internal and external factors secure environment of Ukraine has changed a lot. Russian Federation the guarantor of Ukrainian security stage a large-scale aggression against our country, it has occupied Autonomous Republic of Crimea and gives support to combat operations in Donetsk and Luhansk regions. International levers of safety as well as the Department of National Security of Ukraine were not ready for such challenge and they showed their ineffectiveness. Nowadays, Ukraine continues a huge reformation process of a national security strategy due to conditions of secure environment and requirements of the state at current stage of development. Border Guard Service of Ukraine is a guarantor of national security system of Ukraine and carries out it’s duties by accomplishing combat missions. Situation of realization the antiterroristic operation needs some remarks and specification. In condition of escalation in military and political situation Border Guard Service of Ukraine will accomplish it’s missions in military way or even with providing combat operations. Border Guard Service of Ukraine has military component to perform in such situations. Targets of sub-units and elements integrally connected with state border security and defense. They are regulated by such Laws of Ukraine as “About a state border of Ukraine”, “About Border Guard Service of Ukraine” and others. Analyzing activity of sub-units and elements of Border Guard Service of Ukraine in situation of realization the anti-terroristic operation we can determine some groups of main missions: First – to stop any attempt of illegal changing of state border line on the determined territory. Second – protection (strengthening of protection) and defense of determined territory of state border, administrative border of Kherson region with a temporary occupied territory of Ukraine, controlled frontier area and safety strip in the zone of anti-terroristic operation. Third – localization of emerging (critical) situation on the state border, in port of entries, on administrative border of Kherson region with a temporary occupied territory of Ukraine, in controlled checkpoints and on the objects of Border Guard Service of Ukraine on the determined territory. Fourth - to stop together with other law-enforcement authorities armed conflicts and other disturbances on the determined territory and administrative border of Kherson region with a temporary occupied territory of Ukraine. Fifth – reflection together with Ukrainian Armed Forces, National Guard of Ukraine and other military formations invasion and aggression of sub-units and elements of other counties and groups of countries. Sixth – accomplishing measures of territory protection and steps of containing the legal regime in case of war or emergency. Seventh – to combat together with police and other law-enforcement authorities with terrorists and accomplish other missions. Eight – realization of other tasks determinated by the Ukrainian Law. Materials of this article may be used in practical work of officers and during trainings of sub-units and elements for actions in anti-terroristic operation.
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