Ukraine will be useful in the implementation of the cybersecurity strategy of the European Union, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said in Brussels as quoted by Ukrinform.
"I suggested that Ukraine become part of the future European Union strategy in the field of cybersecurity," Klimkin said after a meeting with the foreign ministers of the EU member states on 15 May.
The minister stressed that Ukraine has something to offer Europe.
"Our experience is very appreciated. The Estonian presidency [in the Council of the EU in the second half of the year] will place efforts to coordinate such a strategy in the next six months," Klimkin said.
As previously reported, Klimkin said that the visa-free travel with the EU is a signal for Ukraine to move on.