Solomiansky District Court of Kyiv found guilty the director of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) Artem Sytnyk in failing to comply with the requirements of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NAPK) and imposed a fine of 100 non-taxable minimum incomes (60 US dollars). This was reported by Interfax-Ukraine agency.
The decision was made on Wednesday, January 17.
In November of last year, National Agency sent an administrative report against Artem Sytnyk to the court. He was accused of failure to comply with legal requirements or regulations.
As it was reporte earlier the spokesperson of the European Union External Action commented on the latest developments in the relations between the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine and the National Anti-corruption Bureau of the country.
The European Union External Action reiterated that Ukrainian authorities have to reinforce their efforts to ensure the independence, operational capacity and full effectiveness of the anti-corruption institutions.