The relevant document was presented by Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Tetiana Kovalchuk.
According to the official, the Ministry will ensure the implementation of the goals set out by the Strategy, guided by such approaches as serving the public; accountability and democratic civic control; public involvement in the process of creating a safe environment; modern management practices; and informatization of activities.
Kovalchuk also noted that while drafting the Strategy, the authors identified seven main priorities: a safe environment, combating crime, observance of human rights and freedoms by MIA bodies, effective integrated border management and balanced migration policy, quality and accessibility of services, effective management, transparency and accountability, development of human resources, and social protection of staff.
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The Strategy was jointly drafted by the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the State Border Guard Service, the National Police, the National Guard, the State Emergency Service, the State Migration Service, and the EU Advisory Mission to Ukraine (EUAM Ukraine).