NABU

10.09.2021 00:00

NABU does its utmost to fight top-level corruption in the country - Artem Sytnyk

National Bureau detectives work hard to gather enough evidence to prosecute corrupt officials and bring them to justice. NABU Director Artem Sytnyk emphasized this during a meeting with representatives of the American establishment that took place on Sept. 9, 2021 in the building of the National Bureau.

20.08.2021 00:00

Youth intolerant to corruption is the best investment in State's development, Gizo Uglava

The students who graduated from the NABU Anti-Corruption School 2021 gained the exceptional knowledge beyond that offered in universities, a unique experience that no other law enforcement agency can provide, like-minded friends, and faith in Ukraine without corruption.

20.08.2021 00:00

NABU completes probe into abuse of office by Kharkiv utility company head

On Aug. 20, 2021, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) and the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office (SAPO) notified the director of one of Kharkiv's utility companies of completing a pre-trial investigation into abuse of office. The case materials were disclosed for the defense for examination.

11.08.2021 00:00

Receipt of illegal benefit by MP: case sent to court

On Aug. 11, 2021, NABU and SAPO filed an indictment with the High Anti-Corruption Court against an MP and his accomplice accused of extorting and taking an illegal benefit. As previously reported, in the summer of 2020, the National Bureau learnt about the existence of an organized criminal group trading legal powers of parliamentarians. To identify all its members and promptly document their activities, NABU launched a special operation involving an undercover Detective.

11.08.2021 00:00

Mykolaiv City Council officials notified of suspicion in budget embezzlement case

On Aug. 11, 2021 NABU and SAPO have served a notice of suspicion to the Mykolaiv Deputy Mayor who was detained yesterday on UAH 26,8 million embezzlement charges. Besides, yesterday evening, notices of suspicion were served to the First Deputy Director of a Mykolaiv City Council department and two heads of private companies (one of them being an incumbent deputy of the Odesa City Council) allegedly involved in the corruption scheme.