Anti-corruption reforms in Ukraine stalled – British foreign Secretary

The Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain, Boris Johnson said the presence of signals that anti-corruption reforms in Ukraine slowed down. He stated at the Conference on the issues of Ukrainian reforms in London.

“Corruption is necessary to overcome. Work NABOO make sense only if the perpetrators will be brought to justice. There are certain signals that reforms are slowed down in creating the anti-corruption courts,” he said.

He noted that, in particular, is too slow to create anti-corruption of the courts and reform of the entire judicial system as a whole.

“Only then will investors go to Ukraine, when they believe in the integrity of the courts, the success of reforms”, – said the head of the British foreign Ministry.

As is known, the BPP offers the Parliament to abandon the creation of the anti-corruption court.

Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko urges people’s deputies to adopt the law, which will start functioning anti-corruption chambers in existing courts.