Twenty policemen of Canada have arrived in Ukraine to provide training to officers of the National Police of Ukraine. Khatia Dekanoidze, the head of the National Police of Ukraine, announced this at a news briefing, Ukrainian News Agency reports. She said the Canadian policemen arrived in Ukraine on October 6. "Until November 20 the National Police of Ukraine will have guests - some twenty Canadian policemen. They will facilitate training of our officers," she said. Khatia Dekanoidze said the Canadian policemen would hold training for patrol policemen and district police officers. Ambassador of Canada to Ukraine Roman Waschuk said his country has allocated to Ukraine CAD 25 million for reform of the Ukrainian police. According to him, the main task of the reform is increasing the trust of public in police. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, Canada has allocated USD 8.1 million to Ukraine for development of the National Police of Ukraine.