The Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Law Enforcement Committee Denys Monastyrsky in his interview with RBC-Ukraine said that a bill on reform of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) will appear in a month or two.
According to Monastyrsky, there is no presidential bill on reforming of the Security Service of Ukraine in parliament, which indicates that a common concept has not yet been found.
“There are discussions, in particular in the national security committee, about what the concept should be. Yes, it differs from the vision of the Security Service of Ukraine,” Monastyrsky noted.
He noted that now there is a common ground on the basis of which consensus to be seek.
“It will take another two or three weeks to correctly register it in the law body. Therefore, I expect the project no later than February-March,” he added.
As The Journalist reported, NATO believes reforming SBU is one of key tasks for Ukraine in 2020.