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 PGO cracks down on high-rank educational officials, - Shokin

The Prosecutor General's Office is carrying out a special operation to detain high-rank officials of the Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment who abused their positions and committed a number of offences.

As reported by Censor.NET citing Ukrainski Novyny, this was announced by the Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin at a briefing.

"I tell you, at the moment we are sitting here, a special PGO, SBU and Interior Ministry anti-corruption operation is taking place to detain higher officials of the Ministry of Education with other investigative steps being under way," Shokin said.

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He said it was about the management of the Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment.

"There is such an institution - the Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment. Now we have all reasons to believe that the center's management abused their official positions and committed a number of serious offences. I am sure today they will be detained and subsequently the court will decide on their arrest," the Prosecutor General said.

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