The president says a new chief prosecutor will help safeguard investors' rights. / Photo from UNIAN

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has outlined a time frame for nominating Ukraine's new prosecutor general.

The new prosecutor general will be nominated after a parliamentary majority is formed in parliament following the July 21 elections, the President's Office said.

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"We confirm the reform of the judicial system and anti-corruption agencies. From September 5, the High Anti-Corruption Court will begin work. After a majority is formed in the new parliament, the candidacy of the new Prosecutor General will be announced," the Office said.

According to Zelensky, it will give an opportunity to "really protect investors from law enforcement agencies' influence."