Ukraine needs to create an anti-corruption court in addition to fulfilling the requirements for obtaining the next tranche of the International Monetary Fund's loan, as stated by Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Wess Mitchell, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
"We were pleased to see that a number of very important reform laws have been adopted in Ukraine but much remains to be done. The efforts on establishing an Anti-Corruption Court should continue," he said.
Mitchell also stressed the importance of continuing the fight against corruption and continuing reforms, especially in the energy sector.
"We consider it necessary to ensure that Ukraine complies with the requirements for obtaining the next tranche of the IMF," he said.
Mitchell stressed that the US continues to actively support Ukraine in opposing Russian aggression and carrying out reforms.
From November 9 to 17, the technical mission of the IMF is working in Ukraine. The IMF has already listed the conditions for obtaining the next tranche of funds.