On the day of his appointment, the new director of NABU threatened potential corrupt officials and thanked the Cabinet of Ministers for their trust.
Semyon Kryvonos, appointed by the Cabinet of Ministers on March 6 as the new head of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU), promised to make every effort to preserve the independence and development of the institution. The director of NABU wrote about this on his Facebook.
“I am grateful to the competition commission for a transparent open competition, to the Prime Minister and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine for such high trust and appointment of me as director of NABU,” Krivonos writes on his social networks.
In testing for knowledge of the law, Semyon Krivonos scored 99 points out of 100.
“It is an honor for me to have the opportunity to work with a professional and well-coordinated NABU team. I will remain open to civil society, professional organizations, journalists, and international partners,” he stressed.
Kryvonos also published a video message on his social networks, in which he called on corrupt officials to be afraid of three things: God, the people of Ukraine and NABU. The head of NABU considers the thoughts about this among potential corrupt officials “the main indicator of effectiveness.”
Since May 20, 2021, Semyon Krivonos has served as head of the State Inspectorate for Architecture and Urban Planning of Ukraine.
Today, March 6, at an extraordinary meeting, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine unanimously decided to appoint Semyon Kryvonos to the post of director of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine.
Recall that on February 22, one of the ex-ministers of infrastructure of Ukraine was informed of suspicion in connection with the infliction of losses on the state for $ 30 million.
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