The Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers confirmed that the resolution on reforming the defence concern has yet to be publicly available.
On February 21, the Cabinet of Ministers approved personnel changes in the Ministry of Defense’s leadership
The amended Law “On Defence Procurement” introduces more transparency to procurement, which is not classified.
They discussed Ukraine’s energy, security, and national identity during the conference "What will be the future of Ukraine?" Energy, security, identity".
On October 6, the Verkhovna Rada transferred five MPs to the parliamentary committee on national security, defence, and intelligence.
On October 6, a member of parliament from the "Holos" faction, Oleksandra Ustinova, headed a temporary special commission to control the use of weapons provided to Ukraine.
On July 19, the Verkhovna Rada created a temporary special commission for monitoring the receipt and use of international material and technical assistance during the war.
Verkhovna Rada approved Anti-Corruption Strategy with 310 votes.
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.