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The
Organized Crime Observatory is a Swiss-based nongovernmental organization commissioned
by the European Commission to do a thorough research on corruption
and organized crime in Ukraine in order to inform the European Union
on the readiness of Ukraine to sign the association agreement.

Those
who knew about the world-class experts engaged in this report, such
as Louise Shelley, Judith Deane or Pedro Gomez Pereira, were dying
in anticipation to see it.

However,
the press conference of the president of the OCO made everybody
wonder whether the report was based on contributions of the above
experts, or Ukrainian General Prosecutor Victor Pshonka, who
received special thanks at the very beginning of the OCO’s report.

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