Independent anti-corruption Committee on defense was established by the British branch of Transparency International Defence & Security and the Ukrainian branch of the NGO, terminated the cooperation with Ukroboronpostach allegedly due to the lack of progress in reforming the state structures.

In the message a press-services, HOWEVER we are talking about what the government and the presidential Administration, “failed to create an independent Supervisory Board” of state concern.

“We were hoping we could help reduce the high corruption risks existing in the two Parties, and provide… of the Supervisory Board, in order to do what you have to do is to provide the army with necessary equipment and to spend wisely the taxpayers’ money. Unfortunately, we don’t see real political will on the part of the President’s Administration,” said co-chair of the NACO Oleh Rybachuk.

At the invitation of Ukroboronprom, HOWEVER, monitored the procurement of consulting services for implementing management reforms to the General Ledger. In the absence of independent Supervisory Board purchases of such services are contrary to the requirements of the legislation, analysts project that brings together Ukrainian public figures, journalists and international experts on combating corruption in the sphere of security and defense.

The initiative, HOWEVER, operates with the support of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.

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The report of the National anti-corruption Bureau in December 2017 indicates that Ukroboronprom was allegedly carried out the manipulation of the contract to $39 million for the supply of spare parts for aircraft An-32 of the Ministry of defense of Iraq.

Earlier, the Nashi Groshi program s Denis Bhusan said that Ukroboronprom lists the budget for the fictitious company.

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HOWEVER, the reforms in the Ukroboronprom: there is No political will Bankova 26.12.2017

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