OECD presented a report on anti-corruption reforms in Ukraine
On February 15, 2018 representatives of UNIC partner Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) presented a report to UNIC members on anti-corruption reforms in Ukraine and mentioned the role and significance of the recommendations in the report.
Reference: The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is an international organization that brings together leading world economies whose activities are aimed at ensuring economic growth and improving the socio-economic conditions of both industrialized and developing countries.
Under the influence, OECD is among the top three world economic institutions, along with the IMF and the World Bank. OECD is an analytical organization that assesses the economies of countries in various areas, including in the field of anti-corruption reforms. By signing the Memorandum of understanding on cooperation Ukraine agreed to be monitored by OECD experts and receive recommendations on annual basis.
Not everyone knows, that the idea of introduction of an electronic declaration of assets for government official, NABU and NAZK establishment and now anti-corruption courts arises from OECD recommendations.
Therefore, according to the results of the fourth round of monitoring the implementation of the Istanbul Action Plan on anti-corruption reforms, we have a regular report and recommendations to the Government of Ukraine.
You can read the report by following the link.
Separately, we draw attention to Recommendation No. 20 (page122), where p.5 says, "Support to the activities of Ukrainian Network of Integrity and Compliance".
On behalf of UNIC, we sincerely want to thank OECD representatives Ms. Tetiana Khavanska and Mrs. Antonina Prudko for meeting and sharing ideas for cooperation with OECD.