National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine head Artem Sytnyk speaks with the Kyiv Post on Feb. 18, 2020. Under pressure for alternatively doing too much and too little, Sytnyk explained the frustrations of his job and why Ukrainians get so little justice for the crimes committed against them.
The storm clouds gather over the Director of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau, Artem Sytnyk. 216 Members of Parliament of Ukraine signed a draft resolution on his dismissal. In turn, G7 ambassadors released support statement for Artem Sytnyk.
In “Eurointegrators,” media expert and ex-Deputy Minister for Information Policy of Ukraine Tetiana Popova sits down with diplomats, heads of international organizations, and Ukrainian power brokers to discuss Ukraine’s European integration.In this episode, the guests are Artem Sytnyk, Head of the Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine, and Volodymyr Petrakovsky – Ukraine’s former Prosecutor General.The show is produced by a Ukrainian NGO Information Security and Oboz.TV.
KIEV, Ukraine — Svitlana meets me at the building entrance, sharply dressed and professional. She takes me down the long corridor to the office of Artem Sytnyk, newly appointed head of the recently established organization. There is hustle in the air, as offices are being remodeled, an optimism that Ukraine maybe has not felt before.
The appointment of the chief anti-corruption prosecutor is being delayed, Artem Sytnyk, head of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau, told the Kyiv Post on Sept. 12 at the Yalta European Strategy forum in Kyiv.