Former Deputy assistant Secretary of defense, head of the analytical Center Biden at the University of Pennsylvania Michael carpenter gave the Ukrainian authorities the three “friendly advice” on the issue of reforms. Your sentences former official of the Pentagon published in Twitter.
“Three friendly Council of Ukraine: 1) stop delay the establishment of anticorruption courts, 2) give powers to the NAB, 3) take control of the security service,” wrote carpenter.
Friendly bit of advice for #Ukraine: (1) stop delaying anti-corruption courts (2) empower the NABU (3) reign in the SBU. https://t.co/vv05Ih8ITO
– Michael Carpenter (@mikercarpenter) 16 September, 2017 R.
15 September 2017, President Petro Poroshenko at the 14th annual YES forum said that Ukraine needs urgent independent audit of the anti-corruption system, but there’s no time to wait for the creation of the country’s anti-corruption court.
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