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Vasyl Hrytsak in NATO: security situation in Ukraine is steadily aggravating

19 November 2015, 09:01

Head of the Security Service of Ukraine Vasyl Hrytsak visited the NATO Headquarters where he held a number of meetings and spoke at the meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission, which was convened in connection with the deteriorating security situation in Ukraine.

During the visit, Vasyl Hrytsak has informed the authorized NATO structure, as well as the Permanent Representatives of Alliance member states about Ukrainian analysis of the Kremlin's current strategy and tactics towards Ukraine and the West. In addition, NATO side was acquainted with elements of Russia's hybrid warfare, sabotage and subversive work against Ukraine.

It was agreed to continue and expand exchanging information between the Security Service of Ukraine and authorized NATO structures.

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