NATO noted Ukraine’s progress in defense reforms


Ukraine has made significant progress in implementing defense reforms.

This was stated by the chairman of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Robert Bauer, UA writes.

He noted that NATO, for its part, will continue to support Ukraine in reforms and in strengthening its resilience to hybrid cyberattacks.

“The military leaders of the Alliance recognized the significant progress in the reforms achieved by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, despite serious challenges. Along with ensuring their own security, the Ukrainian military has been able to improve the capabilities of its Special Operations Forces, establish command of the Logistics Forces, and continue to implement NATO standards. We urge them to remain fully committed to the reforms of the Armed Forces, which will further enhance the security and development of all Ukrainians” – Bauer said.

To remind, a hacker attack on government sites occurred on the night of January 13-14. The Security Service of Ukraine and the State Service for Special Communications, together with the relevant state authorities, are investigating the incident and collecting digital evidence. It is known that there was no leakage of personal data as a result of a cyber attack.

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