Parliament approved a consolidated three-year plan for closed defence procurement for 2022-2024. The next step is approval by the Cabinet of Ministers.
The bill should strengthen democratic civilian control over the Armed Forces.
This January, the Committee of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on National Security, Defence and Intelligence plans to finalize a draft law that amends the Law of Ukraine "On State Secrets"
The government approved transforming Ukroboronprom into a joint-stock company
UAH 323 billion is provided for financing the security and defence sector, which is a record figure for Ukraine - 6% of GDP.
NAKO, StateWatch, and the Defence Procurement Reform Project have prepared a questionnaire for volunteers who buy goods for service members.