White House letter sets out reforms that Ukraine needs to implement to receive aid


Mike Pyle, the White House Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economics, has sent a letter to the Donor Coordination Platform with a list of reforms that Ukraine must implement in order to continue receiving military assistance, Paralel.Az reports citing Ukrainska Pravda.

According to Ukrainska Pravda’s information, the letter was also sent to Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal and the Office of the President of Ukraine.

The document outlines the necessary changes in order of priority: 0-3 months, 3-6 months, one year, and 18 months.

The reforms focus on the functioning of the Supervisory Boards of state-owned businesses, anti-corruption bodies (the Specialised Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office, National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine, National Agency for Corruption Prevention, etc.), the High Council of Justice, and the judiciary in general.

Changes in the work of Ukraine’s Ministry of Defence and all law enforcement agencies are also listed as one-year priorities.