RIGA - In the next three years, the Corruption Prevention Bureau (KNAB) will concentrate its resources for combating corruption in the financial sector, judicial institutions, public procurement and Latvia's largest municipalities, according to the KNAB strategy for 2020-2022, which has been approved by Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins (New Unity).
The crimes solved by the bureau so far show that the highest corruption risks are associated with public tenders involving EU co-funding, KNAB says in the document.
The largest tenders are held...
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