Ukrainian Prosecutor’s Office appoints Oleksander Klimenko as new Anti-Corruption chief

Follow live the latest news on the war in Ukraine.

The Ukrainian Prosecutor’s Office on Thursday appointed Oleksander Klimenko as the new head of the entity’s Specialized Anti-Corruption Bureau, the head of the Ukrainian Presidential Office, Andriy Yermak, has informed.

Thus, Prosecutor General Andriy Kostin, whose appointment was approved on Wednesday by the Ukrainian Parliament, has confirmed Klimenko’s appointment, as Yermak has indicated in a message broadcast via Telegram.

Read:  DOGE to the Moon: Elon Musk relaunches the Dogecoin

“Kostin has approved his appointment immediately after acceding himself to the post of prosecutor general,” he has pointed out before explaining that his election has taken place after a “fair” vote.

Yermak has also congratulated Kostin at the beginning of his work as prosecutor general and wished “effective work” to Klimenko, especially in the framework of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

In this regard, he has stressed that the Prosecutor’s Office has a “great mission ahead”, that of “investigating war crimes committed by Russia” in the country. “We must bring Russian criminals to justice,” he has asserted.

Read:  Nigeria denies prisoner exchange after release of 23 hostages kidnapped in March

The Best Online Bookmakers February 23 2024

BetMGM Casino

Bonus

$1,000