: Japan to help Ukraine develop its cyber police

18:26 Apr. 30, 2016

Japan to help Ukraine develop its cyber police

Japanese Ambassador to Ukraine Shigeki Sumi holds a meeting with Ukrainian Minister of Internal Affairs Arsen Avakov in Kyiv on April 29 (Photo Courtesy: Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine)

Ukraine's Internal Affairs Ministry launched a new cyber police agency last autumn

Japan is ready to provide its support for the development of the cyber police in Ukraine. That is according to Japanese Ambassador to Ukraine Shigeki Sumi, who held a meeting with Ukraine's Minister of Internal Affairs Arsen Avakov in Kyiv on April 29.

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The Japanese Ambassador stated that cyber security is one of the key directions of Ukrainian-Japanese cooperation in reforming the police; and that his country is ready to provide financial, advisory and expertise help.

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Shigeki Sumi added that Japan welcomes the new Ukrainian Government and is ready to continue cooperation with Ukraine.

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