Corruption files… charges that threaten to “burn” the entire Ukrainian army

Ukrainian warHe renewed his pledge, saying that corruption, which is a chronic problem in the country, will not be tolerated, stressing that he will take major decisions on eliminating it this week.

The first decision came from the government, by dismissing the Deputy Minister of Municipal Development on suspicion of receiving it bribe $400,000 to facilitate the conclusion of contracts for the purchase of equipment and generators at inflated prices.

On another level, it opened Ministry of Defense An investigation into accusations of conclusion of contracts at inflated prices for food products intended for the military.

doubts corruption According to reports, it has reached a wide range among the Ukrainian army, which prompted the West to warn of Ukraine becoming the largest market for arms smuggling, especially since military officials admitted that their country had lost nearly fifty percent of the weapons it had reached since the outbreak of the war.

Assistant to the Ukrainian President denied these allegations, stressing that all the weapons he provided the West Sent to the front.

Charges threaten the Ukrainian army

Among the charges and suspicions, a newspaper reported "Daily Mail" The British Director of Public Relations of the Foreign Legion in Ukraine, Emeche Wekethreatened to publish data that might cause harm The collapse of the Ukrainian forces Because of what you say is rampant corruption both inside Ukrainian army or in connection with recruiting operations.

The Corps leadership tried to dismiss Faik several times, but it was able to confront and stay due to the sensitivity of the information it possessed.

In her audio recording, Fyke said: "If I start talking regarding everything I know and have seen, regarding how weak people are, it will burn the whole army down".

A history of corruption

  • operations embezzlement Corruption has been common in Ukraine for decades, as it has a long history of endemic corruption and shaky governance.
  • European Union He made implementing anti-corruption reforms one of his main requirements for Ukraine to join, following granting Kyiv candidate status last year.

On Sunday, the Ukrainian government dismissed a deputy Minister of Municipal Development On suspicion of taking a bribe, while the Ministry of Defense announced the opening of an investigation into accusations of concluding contracts at inflated prices for food products intended for the military.

Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said via Telegram: "The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine orders the dismissal of V.I. Mother. Luzincich from the post of Deputy Minister of Municipal and Territorial Development and Infrastructure of Ukraine".

This comes a day following the official was arrested on suspicion of being involved in corruption.

And the National Anti-Corruption Bureau stated, on Saturday, that Vasil Luzincic, who has held his position since May 2020, "Received $400,000 to facilitate the conclusion of contracts for the purchase of equipment and generators at inflated prices"while Ukraine faces a shortage of electricity following the Russian strikes on energy facilities.

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3 years following his election and 11 months following Ukrainian warHe renewed his pledge, saying that corruption, which is a chronic problem in the country, will not be tolerated, stressing that he will take major decisions on eliminating it this week.

The first decision came from the government, by dismissing the Deputy Minister of Municipal Development on suspicion of receiving it bribe $400,000 to facilitate the conclusion of contracts for the purchase of equipment and generators at inflated prices.

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On another level, it opened Ministry of Defense An investigation into accusations of conclusion of contracts at inflated prices for food products intended for the military.

doubts corruption According to reports, it has reached a wide range among the Ukrainian army, which prompted the West to warn of Ukraine becoming the largest market for arms smuggling, especially since military officials admitted that their country had lost nearly fifty percent of the weapons it had reached since the outbreak of the war.

Assistant to the Ukrainian President denied these allegations, stressing that all the weapons he provided the West Sent to the front.

Charges threaten the Ukrainian army

Among the accusations and suspicions, the British newspaper “Daily Mail” reported that the Director of Public Relations of the Foreign Legion in Ukraine, Emeche Wekethreatened to publish data that might cause harm The collapse of the Ukrainian forces Because of what you say is rampant corruption both inside Ukrainian army or in connection with recruiting operations.

The Corps leadership tried to dismiss Faik several times, but it was able to confront and stay due to the sensitivity of the information it possessed.

“If I start talking regarding everything I know and have seen, regarding how vulnerable people are, it will burn the whole army,” Fike said in an audio recording.

A history of corruption

  • operations embezzlement Corruption has been common in Ukraine for decades, as it has a long history of endemic corruption and shaky governance.
  • European Union He made implementing anti-corruption reforms one of his main requirements for Ukraine to join, following granting Kyiv candidate status last year.

On Sunday, the Ukrainian government dismissed a deputy Minister of Municipal Development On suspicion of taking a bribe, while the Ministry of Defense announced the opening of an investigation into accusations of concluding contracts at inflated prices for food products intended for the military.

“The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine orders the dismissal of V.M. Lozenkich from the post of Deputy Minister of Development of Municipalities, Regions and Infrastructure of Ukraine,” Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said via Telegram.

This comes a day following the official was arrested on suspicion of being involved in corruption.

And the National Anti-Corruption Bureau reported, on Saturday, that Vasyl Luzincich, who has held his position since May 2020, “received $400,000 to facilitate the conclusion of contracts for the purchase of equipment and generators at inflated prices,” while Ukraine is facing an electricity shortage following the Russian strikes on energy facilities.

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