Priorities of cooperation with the EU in the areas of law enforcement, fight with organised crime, cybersecurity and personal data protection
The analytical report reflects the vision of Ukraine’s further actions aimed at developing and implementing a New Agenda on Justice, Freedom and Security. Among the sectors, which were analyzed in the report, are cyber-security, personal data protection and combating organized crime.Open pdf
Ukraine has drafted a New Agenda on Justice, Freedom and Security within the framework of the EU-Ukraine Association Council. It has established new tasks within the realms of the implemented Visa Liberalisation Action Plan and the Association Agreement that is in the process of implementation.
The agenda was presented at the EU-Ukraine summit in summer 2018. The EU-Ukraine Association Council further discussed it and agreed to continue cooperation in justice and home affairs in December.
Anti-money laundering and countering terrorist financing, fight against serious international and organised crime are the areas of interest. Both sides emphasized a necessary cooperation to combat cyber and hybrid threats for the citizens’ security.
The ministries and the Government Of- fice for Coordination of European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, developing and implementing arrangements between Ukraine and European Union, work on these issues together with European colleagues including the EU Advisory Mission to Ukraine (EUAM).
At the same time, the New Agenda is not yet approved. Therefore, the new authorities and state institutions for European integration canl revise this document and agree new possible tasks.