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Ukraine's Defense Ministry is considering the possibility of training the Ukrainian military in Israel.

Ukrainian Minister of Defense Stepan Poltorak discussed this issue at IMI Academy for Advanced Security & Anti-Terror Training during an official visit to Israel, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry's press service said.

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Poltorak was informed about the specifics of special forces training during the development of various training scenarios.

"The possibility of training members of the Armed Forces of Ukraine at that Academy was considered during the meeting," the press service said.

IMI Academy for Advanced Security & Anti-Terror Training is a leading integrated solutions provider for government agencies, police, law enforcement, military and commercial customers worldwide.

Established in 1999 by veterans of the Israeli security forces, IMI Academy specializes in a wide range of comprehensive security training programs, including anti-terrorism, anti-crime and homeland security. It is a subsidiary of Israel Military Industries Ltd. (IMI), a government-owned company.