Censor.NET reports citing the Interior Ministry press service.
"The conclusion of the agreement will enable the Ukrainian law enforcement agencies participate in joint police actions together with their European counterparts, exchange and analyse operational data, obtain information on the whereabouts of wanted criminals. In addition, it provides for establishing international joint investigation teams.
"The Ukrainian side is ready to provide access to its databases that will be of interest to Europol. This, above all, will allow for developing large-scale joint operations to combat organized crime," the statement notes
At present, Europol has signed cooperation agreements with the law enforcement authorities in Australia, Canada, the United States, Iceland, Norway, Monaco, Switzerland, Albania, Macedonia, Moldova, and two international organizations: Eurojust and Interpol.