Ukraine May Host International Anti-Terror Center - Yushchenko

KIEV, Ukraine -- Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko said on Wednesday that the Security Service's anti-terrorist center in Kyiv might be used as the basis for an international anti-terror center.

Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (2nd L) looks at a protective uniform of an 'Alfa' special police unit officer during his visit to a training centre

"I'm sure that an international anti-terrorist center or a division of the United Nations or of other institutions may be set up in Ukraine on this basis. I will be the first supporter of such projects," Yushchenko told reporters after a visit to the center, where he was shown the resources of the Alfa anti-terrorist unit of the Security Service.

Source: Interfax