Britain will give money to Ukraine to “open government”

Британия даст деньги Украине на "открытое правительство"

Britain will allocate money for the fight against corruption

The UK government will Finance several countries.

The Department of state for international development will allocate £100 million to Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Serbia and Bosnia to create a “open government”. It is assumed that the allocated funds will be directed including on struggle against corruption. The data provided in the report of the government of the UK, dedicated to security strategy, reports RT.

According to the report of the administration Theresa may, the authorities are providing the Foundation for effective governance (Good Governance Fund) in 2016-2017, and 2017-2018 fiscal years, a total of £60 million, and in 2018-2019 — £40 million pounds. These funds will be transferred to the Fund of the Department of state for international development, which is the money of the British taxpayer.

“The Foundation provides support to the five target countries: Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Serbia and Bosnia. This will help the governments of these countries to become more open and accountable”, says the report.

While London considers its merit the establishment of a National anticorruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) in 2015.

“The Foundation supported the establishment of the National anticorruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU), who had already conducted 200 investigations and 40 arrests,” the document reads.

According to declarations has opened seven criminal cases
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