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Ukraine Corruption Remains An Issue For Zelenskyy

via 60 Minutes

Ukraine has fired its top two civilian cybersecurity officials amid an embezzlement investigation involving software purchases from 2020-2022.

Allegedly, the head of the state intelligence service is involved.

The country has been plagued by corruption scandals, and government reforms remain crucial for its EU and NATO membership.

President Zelenskyy’s administration portrays the firings as part of anti-corruption efforts.

The alleged embezzlement involved inflating the price of software and services purchased from abroad.

The officials maintain adherence to legislative requirements and urge refraining from accusations until the investigation is complete.

The dismissed official, Viktor Zhora, has been prominent in representing Ukraine’s cybersecurity efforts internationally.

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