The anti-corruption authorities of Ukraine did not receive information from international partners regarding corruption or misuse of weapons provided to Ukraine by international partners, Head of the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office (SAPO) Oleksandr Klymenko said, as reported by Interfax.Ukraine.
Klymenko told reporters, during a break in the anti-corruption forum "Integrity is the future of Ukrainian statehood" in Kyiv on Tuesday, that anti-corruption authorities constantly ask international partners to provide information about possible corruption facts or misuse of weapons supplied by partners.
Klymenko emphasized that anti-corruption agencies continuously request information from international partners about potential corruption cases or the misappropriation of weapons supplied to Ukraine.
"We are ready to put this as the highest priority and begin an investigation. But they did not contact us with such facts", - the SAPO head said. Klymenko emphasized that anti-corruption agencies continuously request information from international partners about potential corruption cases or the misappropriation of weapons supplied to Ukraine.
"As for weapons that are issued by partners free of charge. As of now, we have no questions from partners regarding the use of these weapons", - MP, a member of the temporary special commission of the Verkhovna Rada Anastasia Radina said.
According to her, mechanisms for reporting and informing partners about losses on the battlefield have been developed.
"We communicated with the military attaches of all partner countries that provide us with weapons. We have not heard from anyone any doubts about the misuse of these weapons", - the MP said.
Radina added that commission members regularly visit weapon storage facilities and the front line to observe how the accounting system functions.
"We do not have a single confirmed case of any abuse of weapons represented by partners", - the parliamentarian said.