Recently, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved the State Anti-Corruption Program, which is a key tool for implementing the Anti-Corruption Strategy 2023-2025.
The main task of the anti-corruption policy of the Ministry of Reintegration remains the implementation of measures that meet international standards and common European practice.
The Ministry has identified the following priority areas of anti-corruption work for 2023-2025:
- Monitoring and risk assessment. The role of the Working Group on Corruption Risk Assessment, which operates under the Ministry of Reintegration, will be strengthened. The main task of the Working Group is to monitor the causes and conditions that lead to corruption risks in order to prevent them.
- Openness and transparency. There will be active involvement of public representatives and experts in the process of assessing corruption risks in the activities of the Ministry of Reintegration.
- Anti-corruption training activities in the form of seminars and workshops will be conducted. The level of knowledge in the field of anti-corruption legislation is planned to be raised, and legal awareness and intolerance to corruption formed.
Zero tolerance to corruption and the implementation of best anti-corruption practices are particularly relevant during martial law. After all, the efficient and rational use of budget funds is one of the most important components of the fight on the humanitarian front.