One of the greatest achievements in 2020 in the security and defence sector is the adoption of the Law “On Defence Procurement”. The law adopted by the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on July 17 radically changes the framework for the organization and carrying out defence procurement. It provides open defence procurement procedures, significantly increases the […]
For NV.ua Systemic corruption and the country’s resulting insufficient defence capacity were among the main reasons for its failure to confront Russian military aggression in 2014. According to the NABU Chairman, Ukraine lost more than UAH 1 bln in 2014-2017 due to corruption schemes in the defence sector alone. Corruption flourished in the national security sector […]
Ukraine’s Defence and Security sector in 2020. What will we remember it for? In 2020 Ukraine scored 41 out of 100 or Band D in the Transparency International’s global Government Defence Integrity Index.This is the only index in the world assessing the level of corruption risks in the defence and security sector worldwide and the […]
More than a year and a half has passed since adopting the plan to reform the defense industry. During this time, the President, Parliament, and Government changed. However, has the military-industrial complex of Ukraine changed? StateWatch gave the answer to this question on December, 23 during the presentation of the results of monitoring the implementation […]
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