U.S. invites Ukraine’s new nationwide security law
The United States invites Ukraine’s new Law on National Security, embraced by the Rada June 21 and signed by President Poroshenko July 5, according to a declaration by Heather Nauert, a representative for the United States Department of State. “The law follows Western concepts and supplies a structure for increasing the Ukrainian Armed Forces’ NATO interoperability,” Nauert stated. She included that complete execution of the law, consisting of the facility of a Rada oversight committee for the security sector and a new law on the Security Service of Ukraine, “will even more deepen Ukraine’s Western combination.”
The representative restated U.S. preparedness “to continue supporting Ukraine’s defense and security sector reforms to reinforce Ukraine’s capability to protect its territorial stability.” As UNIAN reported previously, on June 21, the Verkhovna Rada embraced Bill “On National Security of Ukraine”.
The costs specifies the concepts of state policy on nationwide security and defense. Amongst the essential nationwide interests of Ukraine is Ukraine’s combination into the European political, financial legal area which in the sphere of security; subscription in the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization; development of equal and equally useful relations with other states. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko signed the expense into law on July 5.