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Chatham House sees some progress in Ukraine fighting corruption
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KYIV, March 7 Ukraine has managed to achieve a certain success in limiting opportunities for corruption, rather than in bringing corrupt officials to justice, as evidenced by data from an independent analytical study "Are Ukraine's Anti-corruption Reforms Working?" prepared by the Royal Institute of International Relations of London, Chatham House, together with the EU Anti-Corruption Initiative in Ukraine (EUACI).

"Starting in 2014, Ukraine has undertaken significant reforms to address corruption in public life. So far, there has been greater success in restricting the opportunities for corruption than in bringing corrupt officials to justice," the report made public in Kyiv on Wednesday says.




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