"The training of the first 70 detectives launched today, and the process involves experts from European states," Tombinski said at a briefing today.
NACB chief Artem Sytnyk added that among the experts there are representatives from Ukraine, Canada, USA, and Georgia.
Tombinski believes that the implementation of anti-corruption measures by the NACB should lay the foundation for the new Ukraine, where corruption will not prevent millions of Ukrainians from working and living a normal life.
Tombinski reminded that the successful launch of the NACB is necessary in order to facilitate granting Ukraine a visa-free regime with the European Union.
Earlier, UNIAN reported that starting September 4, the NACB detectives will be passing a lie detector test.
Sytnyk also said detectives had agreed to pass such tests.