SBU chief, director of NATO Office of Security sign classified data treaty

29.09.2016 р., 17:20

The tool is aimed at specifying the procedure for mutual protection of the classified information set in the general agreement on security between Ukraine and NATO (1995) and bringing the national mechanisms in line with the NATO standards. "Signing of the agreement is another step forward to deeper cooperation between Ukraine and NATO," Hrytsak said at the signing ceremony. He added that the Alliance’s support for our security sector development is of vital importance. Today the Service undergoes an active reform process taking into consideration NATO best practices, he said. The reform concept, which is currently being examined by the National Security and Defense Council, provides for transformation of the SBU into a real security service that is a guardian of the Ukrainian nation and complies with Euro-Atlantic standards. The SBU National Academy held the opening ceremony for security services reform training courses initiated by the NATO International Secretariat. "It is planned that by the end of the year foreign partners will share their national experience of improving the security and defense legislation, implementing reforms, communication with the public, and other things," the press center said.

SBU chief, director of NATO Office of Security sign classified data treaty

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