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hour after President Volodymyr Zelensky Pledged “new reforms”, Ukrainian authorities on Wednesday launched a nationwide anti-corruption search, according to the majority leader in the country’s parliament.
David Arakhamia announced on Telegram that authorities are taking action. “Campaign for assault in spring instead of sowing seeds”
In addition to “a whole series of covert investigations,” Arakhamia said the search for the assets was carried out by former Interior Minister Arsen Avakov, businessman Ihor Kolomoisky and politician Vadim Stolar.
he said the agency “All customs management” was dismissed, there was a “search in the state tax service”, and the said official sent “A letter of suspicion to a senior official of the Ministry of Defense.”
“Countries will change during wars,” he said. “If one is not ready to change, The state will come and help change it.”
Zelensky announced Tuesday that his administration is Be prepared to introduce changes. ahead of talks between Kiev and the EU scheduled for Friday.
“We are preparing new reforms in Ukraine. Reforms that will change many areas of social, legal and political realities, making them more human, transparent and efficient,” Zelenski said in the video address. It added that more details will be announced in Ukraine. later date
Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal announced “Summit” last Tuesday. But did not give details on who would be attending.
Shmihal told Politico in an interview on Monday: Ukraine, which was granted EU candidate status in June last year, has an “ambitious plan” to join the bloc within the next two years.