Ukraine’s state security service, the SBU, will get from NATO some special facility to successfully counter cybernetic threats. Jamie Shea, Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges at NATO Headquarters in Brussels said this in his interview with Interfax-Ukraine news agency.
‘We’re arranging issues of delivery of these devices to Ukraine; it’s already been purchased, and now we’ve got to complete certain procedures concerning importing and exporting. We hope we’ll complete these procedures will be over very soon. Our goal is to get it installed, tested and launched by summer’, he said.
Previously, in August 2016, NATO passed Ukraine the facility for humanitarian mine-clearing, totally worth of 1 million Euros.