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The European Union has not changed its position regarding the need to create an independent anti-corruption court, Executive Director of Transparency International Ukraine Yaroslav Yurchyshyn said after a meeting with Head of the EU Delegation in Ukraine Hugues Mingarelli.

“Hugues Mingarelli has made it clear today: the European Union has not changed its position concerning the need to create an independent, professional judicial institution to ensure the fight against corruption,” he wrote on Facebook page on July 17.

Yurchyshyn noted that the European counterparts will never agree to the formation of the anti-corruption chambers in the existing courts as an alternative to the anti-corruption court.

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