PGG II

The Ukraine Project is one of the six projects which constitute the second phase of the EU/CoE Partnership for Good Governance (PGG) programme interventions to support Eastern Partnership countries to counter economic crime.

Compared to previous phase (2015-2018) where technical assistance was provided to prevent and repress corruption in Ukraine, current project aims at strengthening institutional capacities and legislative frameworks by addressing issues raised by MONEYVAL, the Council of Europe monitoring body in the fight against money laundering and financing of terrorism. The project has been designed to contribute to the EU 2020 targets set out in priority area “Strengthening the rule of law and anti-corruption mechanisms,” and is aligned with the cooperation priorities identified in the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement and Association Agenda, and Council of Europe Action Plan for Ukraine 2018-2021.

The overall objective of the project is to strengthen legislative and institutional frameworks to counter money laundering and terrorism financing in Ukraine in accordance with Council of Europe and other international standards.

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Interagency dialogue on transparency of beneficial ownership in Ukraine

01-02 July 2021 Videoconference

The Council of Europe continues to support national partners in Ukraine in their efforts to strengthen their beneficial ownership disclosure and verification mechanisms in compliance with international standards and recommendations. On 01-02 July 2021, the Council of Europe national and...

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Training to improve terrorist financing detection and investigation in Ukraine

13, 20, 27 and 30 April 2021 Online training

A complex online training course on terrorist financing detection, disruption and investigation was delivered to practitioners of the Security Service of Ukraine, including operatives and investigators, as well as representatives of training institutions. Moreover, with a view to ensuring...

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Ukrainian prosecutors refine their knowledge and skills on effective investigation and prosecution of money laundering offences

25-27 April 2021 Online training

The new Anti-Money Laundering Law, which came into force in Ukraine on 28 April 2020, has also introduced a new version of the money laundering offence. This change resulted in confronting legal practitioners, including prosecutors, with a number of challenges related to the effective...

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