EU Project “Support to Justice Sector Reforms in Ukraine” continues to assist Ukrainian Authorities with establishing independent anticorruption institutions. The Project experts are actively involved in training of the detectives of the National Anticorruption Bureau (NABU) of Ukraine and recruitment process of anticorruption prosecutors.
On 11 November, the EU Project’s Experts on the prosecution reform and fight against corruption Loic Guerin, Mika Aalto, Natalia Dryomina-Voloc and Petro Pavlychenko, as well Robert Boer, the Head of European Union Advisory Mission Ukraine Administration of Justice Advisory Unit, held a meeting to discuss possible extension of the activities aimed at strengthening the capacity of Ukrainian partners in the area of prevention and fight against corruption. In particular, they focused on possible training support and implementation of the anticorruption component within the framework Ukraine Justice Sector Reform Strategy 2015-2020.
“Strengthening capacity of the Specialized Anticorruption Prosecution and NABU is among the priorities for EU Project “Support to Justice Sector Reforms in Ukraine”. We welcome further involvement and cooperation among the members of the EU family in this field,” – said Virgilijus Valancius, Team Leader of the EU Project.