(CIANEWS) - The government of the Czech Republic is close to establishing the position of adviser for national security. Prime Minister Petr Fiala (ODS) stated this after a visit to the Security Information Service (BIS), saying that two variants are currently being developed. According to him, the position of adviser will lead to greater coordination of the activities of individual intelligence services. The prime minister praised the work of the secret services. He considers their information valuable and important, especially given the current situation in Ukraine. BIS director Michal Koudelka said that he considers the establishment of a security adviser important, because thanks to this the government will get a file of the given problem from all services.