Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt commented on the fact that the General Prosecutor’s Office allegedly didn’t receive funds allocated by the USA for its reformation.
In his microblog on Twitter the Ambassador of the USA stated that the funds were not meant for the General Prosecutor’s Office directly, but for international organizations, recognized by experts in the field of reform implementation in law enforcement. In particular Organization for economic cooperation and development received $200,000 to develop texts for the General Prosecutor’s Office.
According to Pyatt, the USA want to see real fight against corruption in the General Prosecutor’s Office, instead of open opposition to reforms.
“We want to see the General Prosecutor’s Office fighting against corruption instead of aggressively opposing reforms”, - Pyatt stated.