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5 months of war: the results of the work of the NACP
From the first days of the full-scale Russian invasion, we all stand together. We are all working as one coordinated mechanism for victory, everyone at his own place. Since the beginning of the war, the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) has reoriented its work provide the most effective support for our soldiers and an additional weapon for our law enforcement officers and diplomats. We have already implemented many new projects and tasks, here some of the key ones: Sanctions, search for assets of sanctioned persons and foreigners in the management of Russian companies, for...
Ukraine’s Corruption Prevention Agency calls on international partners to impose sanctions on those involved in jailing Russian councilor for seven years after criticizing the war in Ukraine
Ukraine’s National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) proposes to impose international sanctions on the judge, prosecutor, and investigator involved in the criminal case against the member of the Council of the Krasnosilskyi Municipal District of Moscow Alexei Gorinov. Today, Alexei Gorinov was found guilty of spreading "fakes" about the Russian army and sentenced to 7 years in a general regime colony. This is the first case in Russia when a person received a real term in the case on military fakes" under harsh laws introduced since the full-scale Russian invasion. Alexei Gorinov was...
Ex-manager of Russia’s top energy SOEs,  who has condemned putin’s regime and resigned from the company because of Russian aggression, is removed from the list of candidates for sanctions
In order to avoid being sanctioned a sanction target identified by the National Agency on Corruption Prevention of Ukraine (NACP) shall publicly denounce Kremlin’s policies, resign from his/her position and/or take other appropriate actions. The purpose of the approach is to undermine Russia’s ability to wage war. This modality is set forth in the Individual Sanctions Roadmap developed within the international Yermak-McFaul Expert Group on Russian Sanctions. On July 4, the NACP excluded the former member of the board* of one of Russia’s largest state-owned enterprises (SOE) from the li...
Leadership of Russia’s military enterprises, whose weapons are killing Ukrainians, are still not under sanctions
This morning, Kyivites woke up again to the sounds of Russian missiles. A kindergarten and another house, which dozens of children called home, were destroyed. Explosions were also heard in Rivne region. Kharkiv and Mykolayiv were under enemy fire almost all the time. Severodonetsk is 90% destroyed by the Russians. Despite all these atrocities, those responsible for making Russian missiles are still not under sanctions. After all, almost the first thing that sanctions should do is to paralyze the Russian defense industry. While sanctions are successfully imposed on concerns a...
The Verkhovna Rada adopted the Anti-Corruption Strategy for 2021-2025
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (Ukrainian parliament) adopted in the second reading and in general the Law on the Principles of State Anti-Corruption Policy for 2021–2025 №4135, which approves the Anti-Corruption Strategy for 2021–2025. 310 MP’s voted for this decision. The law has been elaborated to implement the program of the President of Ukraine by the Government, and local self-government with the participation of civil society, business associations and international partners. The National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) coordinated development of the Strategy in accordance...
Head of the NACP Oleksandr Novikov and British Ambassador to Ukraine Melinda Simmons discuss the ways of strengthening sanctions against Russia
Head of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) Oleksandr Novikov and the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United Kingdom to Ukraine Melinda Simmons, discussed the need of strengthening sanctions against the aggressor and Ukraine's accession to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Oleksandr Novikov stressed that the United Kingdom is the leader in imposing sanctions following the Russian invasion and thanked her for the support of Ukraine. «From the first days of the war, the United Kingdom has shown determination to ...
Head of Ukraine’s Corruption Prevention Agency and UNDP Acting Resident Representative in Ukraine discussed transparent and effective mechanisms of post-war reconstruction of Ukraine
Head of Ukraine’s National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) Oleksandr Novikov and UNDP Acting Resident Representative in Ukraine Manal Fouani discussed NACP’s role in ensuring an effective and transparent post-war reconstruction process in Ukraine, as well as an analysis of the corruption risks in humanitarian aid sphere. Oleksandr Novikov noted that the NACP is already analyzing all possible corruption risks that may arise during receiving humanitarian aid. He added that the Agency shall present its findings to the public and solutions to tackling the identified risks shortly. "We...
The NACP has identified 12 000+ individuals and 3 000+ legal entities for the imposition of sanctions to further seize their assets in favor of Ukraine
The National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) has identified individuals and legal entities involved in the aggression against Ukraine to impose sanctions on them in Ukraine. The list includes data on more than 12 000 individuals and 3 000 legal entities. The draft decision was submitted to the Security Service of Ukraine for referral to the National Security and Defense Council. Thanks to the new law on improving the effectiveness of sanctions, which came into force today, on May 25, if sanctions are imposed, the assets of these people in Ukraine will be confiscated to finance the...
Artem Sytnyk is appointed Deputy Head of the NACP
On May 12, Head of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) Oleksandr Novikov, appointed Artem Sytnyk as his Deputy. Artem Sytnyk will be responsible for the following areas of NACP’s activities: NACP’s coordination with law enforcement agencies and prosecutors, including issues related to consideration of e-declarations verifications results and identification of assets of those involved in Russian aggression against Ukraine; prevention and settlement of conflicts of interest; monitoring and control over the implementation of legislation on the ethical conduct of pub...
Ukraine’s Corruption Prevention Agency proposes Swiss banks to check if their Russian clients will be imposed with sanctions soon
Head of Ukraine’s National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) Oleksandr Novikov addressed the management of 16 Swiss banks. Banks contacted by NACP: Credit Suisse Group AG, Julius Baer Group, UBS Group AG, J. Safra Sarasin, Bank Lombard Odier & Co, Pictet Group, Edmond de Rothschild, Efg International, UBP Union Bancaire Privee, Bank Vontobel , Raiffeisen, Zurich Cantonal Bank, PostFinance, Migros Bank, CIM Banque and Dukascopy Bank. In the letter, he thanked Swiss banks for freezing millions of assets of sanctioned Russians supporting the war in Ukraine. Oleksandr Novikov stresse...
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