NABU marks 2nd anniversary: probe underway in cases into UAH 85 bln damage to state budget
The National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine investigates corruption-related crimes that inflicted damage reaching UAH 85 billion, as reported by the Bureau’s press service.
"Recently, the NABU turned two years old. Our detectives are working on hundreds of cases, many of which have become high-profile. The damage from crimes that NABU is investigating reaches UAH 85 billion," the NABU press service wrote on Facebook.
It is also noted that about 60 of the NABU cases are already being heard in court.
NABU was established on April 16, 2015. The Bureau can employ up to 700 people, to investigate corruption-related crimes in the highest echelons of power.
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On April 28, 2017, NABU Director Artem Sytnik stated that the Bureau intended to fight hard against manifestations of corruption in one of the most corrupt spheres, that is healthcare.