The Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office (GPU) established a contact with the International Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre (IACCC, London), which would allow speeding up the exchange of information in the sphere of fighting grand corruption. Evgen Yenin, the Deputy Chief of the GPU said as Interfax-Ukraine reported.
'From now on, Ukrainian law enforcers do not have to wait for several years to receive information from the United States, Britain, Singapore, Interpol, and other agencies. The Prosecutor General's Office has established contact with the International Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre (London)', Yenin wrote on his Facebook page.
According to him, this structure unites the representatives of the mentioned states and institutions 'with the aim of speeding up the exchange of information in the field of counteracting grand corruption'.
Earlier we reported that the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine investigated more than 23 300 criminal proceedings, mostly on grave and gravest crimes in 2017.