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On July 11, Transparency International Ukraine, together with Ukrainska Pravda, as part of the European Union-funded project “Civil Society for Ukraine’s Post-war Recovery and EU-Readiness,” will present a special platform “How to Confiscate Russian Assets in Ukraine?”. It provides all the information about the processes of property confiscation of the Kremlin’s accomplices and the objects that have already been seized: real estate, assets, corporate rights, cars, etc.  

TI Ukraine experts analysed each mechanism in detail and identified their strengths and weaknesses. Therefore, the platform not only contains information on the Ukrainian property of the invaders and their supporters, but also provides recommendations that will help keep the money and assets of the invaders in the Ukrainian budget. You will be able to find out how it works during the event.

At the presentation of the online platform, Transparency International Ukraine experts and leading specialists on the confiscation of enemy assets will discuss the biggest issues our country has faced in more than a year after the launch of the mechanisms to seize Russian assets. 

  • What challenges did the High Anti-Corruption Court (HACC) face in the process of confiscating Russian assets, given that such cases were not within the competence of the judges of this institution since the launch?
  • Why, since the beginning of the full-scale war, have there been no confiscations within the framework of criminal proceedings, in particular regarding high treason?
  • How does the state plan to recover assets from the occupied territories, including Crimea?
  • Finally, how to protect the confiscated property from appeals in international courts and channel the funds of Russians to the reconstruction of Ukraine?

We will try to find answers to these and other questions with the guests of our event.     

            Media representatives are warmly invited to attend.

What? Presentation of the communication platform “How to Confiscate (Pro-)Russian Assets Once and for All”
Where? Kyiv. The registered participants will be notified of the address.
When? July 11, 2023, 10:00 – 12:00.


  • Oleksii Sobolev — Deputy Minister of Economy;
  • Oleksandr Fedoryshyn — Deputy Head of the State Property Fund of Ukraine;
  • Ivan Kibalchych — representative of the Prosecutor General’s Office;
  • Vitalii Kryklyvyi — judge of the High Anti-Corruption Court;
  • Inna Bohatykh — representative of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine.

Moderator: Kateryna Ryzhenko, Deputy Executive Director for Legal Affairs of Transparency International Ukraine

Registration for the event offline and online (live streaming) at:

Registration deadline: July 10, 7:00 p.m.

English and Ukrainian are the working languages. Simultaneous translation will be provided.

Contact person: Daria Stepanova, [email protected],  tel. +38 063 726 2658. 

Background information: The EU-funded project “Civil Society for Ukraine’s Post-War Recovery and EU-Readiness” is being implemented by an association of well-known Ukrainian CSOs and think tanks: 

  • The Agency for Legislative Initiatives is a think tank with many years of expertise in democratisation, parliamentarism, political education, and good governance.
  • Transparency International Ukraine – is an accredited chapter of the global movement Transparency International, with a comprehensive approach to development and implementation of changes for reduction of the corruption levels in Ukraine.
  • Civil Network OPORA is a non-governmental all-Ukrainian organisation of public control and support in the field of elections, parliamentarism, education, joint ownership, energy efficiency, local self-government, as well as the comprehensive implementation of the principle of open data.
  • Tomorrow’s lawyer is a non-governmental organisation with practical experience in the field of legal and judicial development, reforming the justice sector.
  • The Centre for Economic Strategy is a non-governmental research body on economic policy issues.
  • NGO European Pravda is an independent Ukrainian media that specialises in covering news on European issues and European integration of Ukraine.