Former Chairman of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine Sharkov Oleksandr Kostyantynovych, 72, Passed Away on 16 March 2017
March 16, 2017, at the age of 72, former Chairman of the Ukrainian Foreign Intelligence, Major-General Sharkov Oleksandr Kostyantynovych lost his long battle to a disease.
SZRU Acting Chairman Ihor Razinkov’s Greetings to the Female Personnel of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine on the International Women’s Day – March 8
On behalf of the Board of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine and in my personal capacity, I congratulate you on the best spring holiday – International Women’s Day- March 8!
Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov’s Speech at the Operational Meeting of the Administrative Board of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
February 22, 2017
Important Issues of Ukraine’s National Security
Mr. President of Ukraine, Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Generals, Admirals and Officers!
The Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine Has Published a Collection of Declassified Documents on the Ukrainian Emigration of the 1920s- 1930s
February 1, 2017
The Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine, implementing the state policy in the sphere of preservation of national memory, continues to make public archival documents of the state security agencies of the Soviet period on the Ukrainian people’s national – liberation movement.
SZRU Acting Chairman I. Razinkov’s Greetings To the Staff of the Foreign Intelligence Service on the Professional Holiday
Dear employees of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine and our dear veterans!
On behalf of the Board of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine and in my personal capacity I congratulate you on our professional holiday!
November 18, 2016
People become intelligence officers once and forever, regardless of the status of former employees after the completion of their military career and what they do in life after it. This postulate that actually distinguishes true professionals, was confirmed yet again at the meeting of veterans, which on the eve of the professional holiday of employees of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine was held in the central office of the SZRU.
November 17, 2016
In Kyiv, there was a presentation of the journalist and writer, author of many studies on the activities of our secret services Oleksandr Skrypnyk’s new book “The Funny Side of Intelligence”. As suggested by the title of the book, a new piece of literature is devoted to surprising, sometimes funny, but absolutely real stories that happened to many intelligence officers around the world. The book is special not because the author has collected in one book stories from life of famous intelligence officers, but first of all because he managed to find, communicate and record the reminiscences of about fifty veterans of the Ukrainian Foreign Intelligence Service, who shared with him little known facts and stories from their own lives and experience of their colleagues who had worked abroad.