U.S. looking forward to Ukraine’s next steps towards establishing Anti-Corruption court
The U.S. Embassy to Ukraine has said that they're expecting further steps by the Ukrainian authorities to establish an Anti-Corruption Court in the country in accordance with the recommendations provided by the Venice Commission.
"Looking forward to Ukraine's next steps towards establishing an Anti-Corruption court in line with Venice Commission recommendation," Embassy of the United States to Ukraine said on Twitter on Thursday.
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