Kholodnytsky said this at a press conference in Kyiv on February 16, an Ukrinform correspondent reported.
“Now we’re preparing a register, it will include open information on proceedings. The Anti-Corruption Bureau has asked us about the state of affairs and has made the register, and we will improve it. I think it will be [ready] next week or on March 1. We will see every case, when the hearing took place or why was it postponed, when the next one will be held and what’s planning to be done,” Kholodnytsky said.