briefing

09.11.2018 00:00

Johannes Hahn stressed on the necessity to start work of the Anti-Сorruption Court as soon as possible

A full start of the work of the High Anti-Corruption Court will be able to provide fair judgments in cases as of corruption crimes, pre-trial investigation of which conducted by the Detectives of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU). The Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn stressed it at the press briefing with the participation of the NABU Director Artem Sytnyk on November 9, 2018, in Kyiv.

22.10.2018 17:53

USA committed to continue support of the Ukrainian anti-corruption agencies — United States Assistant Secretary of State

The National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) Detectives and the Prosecutors of the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office (SAPO) investigate resonant corruption crimes committed by top-officials. The United States of America supports their efforts by understanding how difficult it is to work under conditions of possible pressure and criticism. This what the United States Assistant Secretary of State for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) Kirsten D. Madison emphasized at the briefing on October 19, 2018.

18.12.2015 20:54

During a month spent in Great Britain the NABU analysts have studied the best of British anti-corruption experience

The analysts of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine, through the support of the United Kingdom, had the opportunity to learn from top experts in financial intelligence, anti-corruption and money laundering. This was reported by the Bureau's Director Artem Sytnyk at the briefing.
 
07.12.2015 16:16

The NABU detectives entered first three proceedings into the Unified Register

On 4 December the NABU detectives entered first criminal proceedings into the Unified Register of Pre-Trial Investigations. The proceedings concern the theft of state owned companies’ funds to the value of about 1 billion UAH. This was reported by the NABU Director Artem Sytnyk at the briefing. 
 
According to him the detectives would have entered more proceedings into the Register if it wasn't for insufficient number of prosecutors who could handle the criminal cases.