Groysman says Ukraine began to fight corruption

Groysman says Ukraine began to fight corruption

Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has assured the international community that Ukraine adopted systemic anti-corruption legislation after the 2014 Revolution of Dignity and that a total fight against corruption is now underway.

He said this at a conference on reforms in Ukraine, which is taking place as part of a visit by a Ukrainian government delegation to the UK, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

"Over these years we have formed fully systemic anti-corruption legislation. We have created the entire anti-corruption infrastructure in the country, independent infrastructure. And today a total fight against corruption in our country has begun. I am deeply convinced that this is an end to corruption in Ukraine," he said.

At the same time, he noted that this fight would last not for one day and that new challenges would arise every day.

In addition, Groysman noted that judicial reform had been launched in Ukraine in October 2016.

"A new supreme court of the country is now being formed. This is also a very difficult process, but we understand that the main task is to build such a legal system in a country in which the judicial branch has the highest level of public confidence," he added.

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