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20.09.2021

There are no exceptions to anti-corruption legislation, - Artem Sytnyk

Compliance with the requirements of anti-corruption legislation is mandatory for every official, regardless of position or political connections. This was emphasized by the NABU Director Artem Sytnyk at the panel discussion “Protecting the economy from the influence of organized crime” in the framework of the V Kharkiv International Legal Forum, held on September 20, 2021.

20.09.2021

KDAC Head close relative suspected of submitting false data to e-declaration

The National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) and the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office (SAPO) have notified an ex-official of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine (he is also a lawyer) of suspicion of submitting misstatements to his e-declaration. The actions of the suspect fall under Part 2 Article 366-2 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

13.09.2021

Investigation of Chernomorsk Sea Port case completed

The investigation of the Head of State Commercial Sea Port "Chernomorsk" and his accomplice, who were exposed accepting a USD 250 thousand of improper advantage, has been completed. On Sept. 13, 2021, the defense was granted access to the case files. Upon being examined, they will be referred to court. The actions of the suspects fall under Part 4 of Art. 368 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

09.09.2021

New suspects in Pavlograd Chemical Plant case

On Sept. 9, 2021, NABU and SAPO notified the general director of Pavlograd Chemical Plant Research and Production Association State Enterprise (Pavlograd Chemical Plant) of suspicion of abuse of office. His actions resulted in UAH 43.3 million damages to the SE. The actions of the official fall under Part 2 Art. 364 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

09.09.2021

NABU completes probe into illegal gas production permit scheme

The National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) and the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office (SAPO) have completed a pre-trial investigation into a corruption scheme used by Arkona Gas-Energy LLC to get the permit to develop the subsoil reserves of the Svistunkivsko-Chervonolutsky gas condensate field (located in Poltava region) at an artificially reduced cost. As a result, the State lost UAH 196.8 million, which the LLC had to pay to obtain a special permit.