Zelensky says 74 anti-corruption bills already submitted to Parliament
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky during a meeting with U.S. Vice President Mike Pence in Warsaw Sunday reaffirmed his resolute stance to overcome corruption, an UNIAN correspondent reports.
Zelensky recalled that just three days ago, the new Verkhovna Rada started its work.
"On the very first day, we registered about 74 bills that would help reform Ukraine, that would help not only fight but finally defeat corruption," the president said.
Zelensky has noted that the High Anti-Corruption Court will begin work on Sept 5.
"We are restarting our other anti-corruption bodies, we have replaced the head of the SBU, now we finally have a new prosecutor general and a new young government [...] we are really determined to win, to fight corruption, we are set to give businesses and economy the opportunity to actually develop in Ukraine," said the head of state.