Major reforms in the defense sector should relate to the SBU, the intelligence services and the management of classified information.
NATO has set for Ukraine’s five core areas of security sector reform and defence for the year 2019. On Friday, 7 December, said the head of the NATO Mission in Ukraine Alexander Vinnikov, UNIAN reports.
He noted that after the adoption of the law on national security is also necessary to adopt a number of laws.
“First, we are talking about the new law on the parliamentary Committee for the oversight (over the activities of intelligence services and security forces – ed.). Secondly, the law on the security Service of Ukraine which should strengthen the reform of those elements contained in the framework law (on national security). Third, the new law on intelligence. Fourth, the management of state secrets and classified information,” said Vinnikov.
According to him, the fifth element is the reform of the sector of defence industry and state procurement system in the defence field.
Vinnikov noted that the Alliance of these areas is considered a priority for reform for next year, because there is a “transition from theory to practice in implementing defense reforms.”
Was also named priorities for the longer term, including the complex review of the security sector and defence and the development of professional military education.
Earlier in Ukraine there is a doctrine with nadstandartni NATO. Its implementation should lead to the improvement of the health system soldiers.
Recall, the Cabinet said that before 2020 Ukraine will not be able to achieve NATO standards.
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