EUAM to spend two mln euros in 2017 on reform of security services of Ukraine

The European Union Advisory Mission (EUAM) Ukraine in 2017 implements 45 projects and allocates more than two million euros to promote the reform of the law enforcement system of Ukraine.

Head of the European Union Advisory Mission Ukraine Kęstutis Lančinskas said this in an interview with DW.

"We have already approved 45 projects to be financed. We will finance training course and trips of our colleagues to other European countries to share the best practices. We will also finance equipment for law enforcement agencies," Lančinskas said.

The creation of a system of cooperation between Europol and Ukrainian law enforcement agencies, as well as community policing, is among the most important projects that are currently funded by the mission.


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