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Danilyuk discussed the reform of the Security Service of Ukraine with representatives of the European Union, NATO and the USA
At the next meeting, expert groups will discuss the concept of SBU reform and relevant legislative changes.
Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksandr Danilyuk during a meeting with representatives of the International Advisory Group said that at the next meeting of the expert group will discuss the concept of reforming the Security Service of Ukraine. This was reported by the NSDC press service.
According to Daniliuk, the working group is constantly working on laws regulating the reform of law enforcement in Ukraine. "At the next meeting, expert groups will discuss SBU reform concept and relevant legislative changes," said Danilyuk.
The participants of the International Advisory Group (IAG) supported the Ukrainian authorities in connection with the need to reform the Security Service of Ukraine. At the same time, IAG representatives focused on observing the stages of this process.
Danilyuk also noted that the reform of the Security Service of Ukraine is a requirement of the Ukrainian National Security Act.
Let us remind you that the International Advisory Group includes representatives of the European Union, EU Advisory Mission (EUAM), NATO and the US embassy in Ukraine.
As reported, the team of new president Vladimir Zelensky is preparing a package of laws that should reform the Security Service of Ukraine.
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