The U.S. Agency for International Development is starting a $1 million corruption-fighting program with the city of Kyiv, according to a statement published late on April 27 on the Kyiv City State Administration website.
It was announced following a meeting in Washington, D.C. between Kyiv Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko and Alfonso Lenhardt, deputy administrator and acting administrator of USAID.
According to the statement, the program will focus on improving the capital’s public procurement system, waste management, parking infrastructure, and investment systems. Better access to the Kyiv subway system for people living with disabilities is another program area.
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