Ukraine in anti-corruption drive as it seeks foreign funds

US Ambassador in Ukraine Bridget Brink visiting Kyiv's central railway station, where the US Agency for International Development donates over 20,000 blankets for invincibility centres being set up across Ukraine, on Nov 25, 2022. PHOTO: REUTERS
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LONDON - The United States Treasury Department has said it has no information that US aid given to Ukraine was diverted for private gain by officials working for the war-torn country’s government.

The comment comes in the wake of a developing corruption scandal in Ukraine, which has resulted in the dismissal or resignation of senior politicians and civil servants.

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