The application of anti-corruption practices in all spheres of life is crucial for the country's reconstruction. NABU is ready to lead the process - Artem Sytnyk

"After the victory over the Russian occupier, Ukraine will face no less difficult challenge - the fight against corruption," says NABU Director Artem Sytnyk. "There are still many battles ahead. NABU is ready for them."


Preserving achieved results and NABU's good practices is the biggest challenge of 2022 – Artem Sytnyk

NABU is an effective pre-trial investigation body that has proven its ability to counter top-level corruption in the last seven years. Therefore, it is extremely important to maintain the achieved results and established good practices. This is the biggest challenge of 2022 and the key task for a new NABU Director. This was emphasized by Director of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau Artem Sytnyk at the presentation of NABU's results in the second half of 2021.


Kyiv City Council deputy served with corruption charges

On Feb. 10, 2022, the deputy of the Kyiv City Council (chairman of one of the standing commissions of the Kyiv City Council), who was exposed by NABU and SAPO receiving UAH 1.39 million in undue benefit, was served with a suspicion notice signed by the Prosecutor General. Other persons exposed on Feb. 9, 2022 were served with charges as well.