Three Ukrainian authorities – Prosecutor General’s Office, National Anti-Corruption Bureau and the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption – visited NATO HQ in Brussels. The delegations met with high-ranked NATO officials and discussed various issues of cooperation. Yevhen Yenin, Deputy Prosecutor General, said this in his commentary for 112 Ukraine TV channel.
‘Our joint delegation visited the NATO HQ, where we presented our achievements over the last year. Our efforts were appreciated and commended. The partners mentioned that we’ve been spending more and more time cooperating rather than competing with each other, in order to combat corruption. Besides, Transparency International marked our progress, which is a positive move, and we’re going to carry on.
As 112 International reported, Ukraine’s Premier Volodymyr Groysman visited Brussels for negotiations with NATO leaders, specifically Rose Goettemoeller. The Alliance key figures stated they remain Ukraine’s firm supporters.