Neutralization measures: Turkish, Ukrainian military intelligence chiefs “deepen and intensify cooperation”

Jan 5, 2021

“The other day, head of the domestic military intelligence, Brigadier General Kyrylo Budanov made a visit to the Republic of Turkey and met with his Turkish counterpart, Lieutenant General Rafet Dalkiran,” the Chief Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine [said].

The military intelligence leaders of the two countries discussed the state and trends of the security situation in the world, the Black Sea region, and around Ukraine, considered current and future threats to national security of both countries, their sources, escalation risks, and possible neutralization measures.

In addition, an agreement was reached to deepen and intensify cooperation between Ukrainian and Turkish military intelligence.

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