Category:Official announcements

Fight against corruption impossible without the united efforts of law enforcement agencies all over the world, Gizo Uglava

“Corruption in the 21st century has become a transnational phenomenon. Therefore, the fight against it is not only the task of a certain state, it is an issue global security,” First Deputy Director of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine Gizo Uglava said. The panel discussion “Fighting Corruption in the Countries of the Eastern Partnership” within the framework of the VI Annual Conference of the Estonian Center for Eastern Partnership took place in Tallinn on February 8, 2019.

Cooperation between the NABU and citizens is extremely important – the World Bank

By searching information about corruption, activists help law enforcement agencies with investigations. This was emphasized by the Director of the Lviv Territorial Office of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) Taras Lopushanskiy at the press conference "Fighting Corruption: What's Next?". The event was organized with the support of the World Bank in Ukraine, and took place in Lviv on January 23, 2019.

NABU and Accounting Chamber of Ukraine will strengthen cooperation

The National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) and the Accounting Chamber of Ukraine will strengthen cooperation in the sphere of prevention and counteraction of corruption. The parties also agreed to exchange information for the prevention, detection, termination and disclosure of criminal corruption offenses. This is stated in the Memorandum between the NABU and the Accounting Chamber of Ukraine, which was signed on December 28, 2018, by the NABU Director Artem Sytnyk and the Chairman of the Accounting Chamber Valeriy Patskan.

NABU identified persons recorded on video near Central Synagogue of Kyiv

  This week media published a video that allegedly recorded «visual surveillance of the building of the Synagogue in Kyiv by the NABU undercover agents». In order to avoid any speculation and the further dissemination of false information, we emphasized that the National Bureau did not set up any devices for the secret disassembly of information in the premises of the Central Synagogue of Kyiv and didn’t carried out visual surveillance of the building.

Amendments proposed to the CPC of Ukraine threaten independence of the NABU and the SAPO and block their work

Adoption of amendments to the Criminal Procedure Code of Ukraine, envisaged by the draft law No. 8336, eliminates disadvantages of the so-called "Lozovyi's amendments" regarding the appointment of expert assessments in virtually all proceedings, except those investigated by the Detectives of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU). In addition, the proposed initiatives can threaten the independence of the NABU and complicate the investigation of top-corruption crimes.