Ukraine’s Interior Minister Arsen Avakov and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Turkey to Ukraine Yonet Tezel discussed prospects of cooperation between law enforcement agencies of the two countries.
According to Yonet Tezel, the Turkish government intends to provide logistical support to Ukraine's National Police, as well as promote active cooperation in the field of law enforcement.
Arsen Avakov stressed the importance of the two countries’ law enforcement agencies cooperating in the field of civil security and fight against crime. The Minister noted intensification of Ukrainian-Turkish relations and thanked the Turkish side for its support of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.
It was reported earlier that Alexander Fatsevich, Deputy Head of Ukraine’s National Police, met with senior officers of Turkey’s National Police. The meeting focused on exchanging expertise and cooperation of law enforcement agencies of the two countries, reports the press service of Ukraine’s Interior Ministry.
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