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Zelensky's information security strategy aims at defending course to NATO, EU

Source : 112 Ukraine

The Strategy notes that the vast majority of citizens support the implementation of the European and Euro-Atlantic course of Ukraine
13:40, 29 December 2021

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The information security strategy of Ukraine, which was signed the day before by President Volodymyr Zelensky, is aimed at protecting the course of Ukraine to NATO and the European Union as the President’s Office reported.

"The strategic course of Ukraine to gain full membership in the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is enshrined in the Constitution of Ukraine. The National Security Strategy of Ukraine defines European and Euro-Atlantic integration as one of the priorities of national interests and national security," the document says.

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The Strategy notes that the overwhelming majority of citizens support the implementation of the European and Euro-Atlantic course of Ukraine, however, at the same time, there are attempts to manipulate the consciousness of Ukrainian citizens by spreading myths and disinformation (destructive) stereotypes regarding the EU and NATO.  This, according to the document, leads to a break in the implementation of reforms and negatively affects the overall socio-political situation in the state.

We remind you that on October 15, the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine (NSDC) approved the country's Information Security Strategy.

 

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