Finance Ministry greenlights public access to urban developers' permitsPrime Minister Denys Shmyhal promised to complete the urban planning reform and eliminate shadow schemes in the industry as early as this year.
19:00, 21 September 2020
EU allocates over EUR 11.5 mln for public administration reform in UkraineIn total, the EU has assigned EUR 90 million for 2016-2021 budget support for public administration reform.
20:59, 07 July 2020
Ukraine climbs 13 positions in IBP's Open Budget Survey, ranks 26thThe Open Budget Index (OBI), which ranks countries according to their budget openness, is calculated every two years.
16:00, 04 May 2020
Kyiv opens first transparent police office in subwayThe room is designed according to transparent office standards.
16:59, 08 July 2019
Ukraine's government lends US$1.22 mln to Ukroboronprom for auditUkroboronprom should select an audit firm by May 25.
14:57, 22 May 2019
Ukraine elections keep getting better: U.S. officials assess first round of presidential voteThe observers believe that election results are trustworthy.
09:20, 02 April 2019
New study warns of "worrying" levels concerning openness of foreign NGOs in UkraineOne of the key messages to emerge from the study is that there is "insufficient awareness" in Ukraine about the work of some foreign NGOs.
16:40, 24 February 2019
Reuters: EBRD report warns government transparency not improvingKazakhstan, Romania, and Ukraine see improvements in the perceived transparency of government policymaking.
03:10, 13 November 2018
Deutche Welle: Ukraine's Poroshenko has a transparency problem in Germany<p>Germany has created a civil registry to shed light on shell companies.</p>
23:31, 25 January 2018
Transparency International: Ukraine needs independent anti-corruption court not chamber<p>Transparency International has called on the Ukrainian authorities to create an independent anti-corruption court as part of Ukraine's legal obligations and its commitments to the EU and the International Monetary Fund. </p>
19:50, 20 September 2017
NATO's Stoltenberg calls for transparency of Zapad 2017 drills<p>NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has told BBC that Russia must allow NATO monitors to observe its military exercises near Baltic states next week to ensure they are not being used as a disguise or precursor for aggressive action against neighbors, the alliance’s secretary general has said.</p>
11:00, 11 September 2017