OECD-Ukraine Action Plan
In 2014, the OECD and the Government of Ukraine signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for Strengthening Co-operation. In 2015, it was followed by an Action Plan to implement the MoU. It sets out the key areas for OECD intervention in Ukraine according to the priorities of the Ukrainian Government. The OECD-Ukraine Action Plan was revised in 2019 to reflect the updated government priorities for 2019-2020. Anti-corruption has been a consistent priority in all these documents. An OECD-Ukraine Co-ordination Council serves to disseminate OECD standards and best practices among various ministries and to monitor the Action Plan implementation.
Ukraine's Reports under the Istabul Anti-Corruption Action Plan
The Istanbul Anti-Corruption Action Plan is a sub-regional peer-review programme launched in 2003 under the aegis of the OECD/ACN to support anti-corruption reforms through country reviews and continuous monitoring of participating countries’ implementation of recommendations to assist in the implementation of the UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) and other international standards and best practice.
Anti-Corruption Review of the Energy Sector
This Project is a useful instrument for policy makers, ownership entities, state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and law enforcement bodies in identifying trends and good practices, common problems in energy sector, as well as recommendations aimed at ensuring integrity within the selected sector. This Project is made possible thanks to the financial support of the Government of Norway.
Support to Ukraine in the Area of Anti-Corruption Professional Development
This Project aims to strengthen the professional capacities of Ukrainian law enforcement practitioners to efficiently investigate and prosecute complex corruption and related money laundering cases. In doing so, this project organises trainings for the newly appointed detectives of National Anti-Corruption Bureau and the Specialised Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office. The trainings focus on investigation of a sophisticated corruption and money-laundering scheme with the use of modern financial and IT tools, different types of companies and complex structure of assets, adjudication and conducted in the form of a simulated trial with involvement of judges of the High Anti-Corruption Court. For more information please contact ACN@oecd.org
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