On Aug. 26, 2022, the former deputy prosecutor of the Lviv region was notified of suspicion of embezzling UAH 1.2 million and abuse of office, which caused damage to the state of almost UAH 500 thousand. His actions fall under Part 5 Art. 191 of the Criminal Code and Part 2 Art. 364 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
NABU and SAPO, in cooperation with the Kyiv City State Administration, prevented the illegal alienation of Obolonsky Island with an area of 147.7 thousand square meters, located next to the Natalka park, into private ownership. The Central Board of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine satisfied complaint filed by Pleso Utility Company on the cancellation of ownership of the island by a private company.
Despite the war, modern youth are ready to join the anti-corruption movement, and participation in the NABU Anti-Corruption School helped them get new tools to fight corruption, including during martial law. This was confirmed by the participants of the awareness raising project, which ended on Aug. 19, 2022.
On Aug. 17, 2022, the so-called "head of the temporary administration" of the city of Balakliia in the Kharkiv region was notified of suspicion under Part 5 Art. 111-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
Personnel of NABU's Special Operations Department, who have the skills of sappers, have been involved in demining the territory of the Kharkiv region for the third month in a row.
In July, they explored about 20 km of roads and roadsides, found and neutralized:
The National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) and the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor`s Office (SAPO) have completed the investigation into the misappropriation of grain worth UAH 14.8 million. On Aug. 12, 2022, the case file was disclosed to the defense for review before its referral to court.
The economic effect is one of the main indicators by which the effectiveness of the work of the National Bureau can be evaluated. While prior to the full-scale aggression of the russian federation it could be measured mostly in terms of funds reimbursed or confiscated to state revenue, after February 24 another equally important aspect emerged - aid to the Ukrainian army.
On Aug. 15, 2022, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) and the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor`s Office (SAPO) notified an ex-prosecutor of the Prosecutor General's Office of suspicion of acquisition of property and forgery. His actions fall under Part 5 Art. 191, Part 1 Art. 366 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
The National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) and the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor`s Office (SAPO) have identified new participants in the scheme to embezzle UAH 12.3 million from Yuzhnoukrainsk NPP (a part of “National Nuclear Energy Generating Company “Energoatom” SE) during the purchase of air conditioning systems. They are a financial director and the nominal head of two companies. On Aug. 12, 2022, both were notified of suspicion under Part 5 Article 27, Part 5 Article 191 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. Suspicions against the previously established participants in the scheme, its organizer (the actual head of the two companies) and the head of an NPP's department, have been updated.
On Aug. 12, 2022, the head of a Poltava district court was notified of suspicion of fraud, incitement to bribery, and concealment of assets. His actions fall under Part 3 Art. 190, Part 2 Art. 15, Part 4 Art. 27, Part 3 Art. 369 and Part 1 Art. 366-2 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. Since the judge's whereabouts were unknown, the suspicion notice was served in absentia.
From the first day of russia's full-scale invasion, NABU did not stand aside but joined the fight against the occupier. Bureau personnel primarily focused on helping the Armed Forces, the Defense Intelligence, the Security Service, and the Prosecutor General's Office.