That’s according to a tweet posted by diplomats on Sunday, September 18.
“G7 Ambassadors were glad to meet with experts and representatives of civil society to discuss current challenges in Ukraine’s justice reform and anti-corruption agenda under martial law. Ambassadors welcomed Ukraine’s resolve to continue reforms amidst the war,” the tweet reads.
G7 Ambassadors also agreed on the importance of independent institutions, in particular of the Special Anti-corruption Prosecutor’s Office.
Furthermore, they reiterated that the reform of the Constitutional Court and the unhindered work of Ukraine's anti-corruption institutions “remained crucial also in times of war.”
As Ukrinform reported earlier, speaker of the Ukrainian parliament, Ruslan Stefanchuk, said the Verkhovna Rada was working on a draft law on reforming the Constitutional Court. The Rada chairman said the effort is aimed at meeting one of the seven requirements put forward by the European Commission on Ukraine’s path toward EU membership.
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