Security Council
of Ukraine (ESCU)

The institution was established in 2021 with the aim of identifying and countering internal and external threats to Ukraine's economic security. Since the onset of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the ESCU has focused its efforts on two main directions:

Resisting Russian aggression: investigating schemes to evade sanctions, preparing recommendations to prevent violations of economic restrictions, and advocating for recommended changes in sanctions enforcement as well as developing comprehensive strategies for responding to Russian attacks in various dimensions: conventional, economic, cyber, information, etc.

Economic resilience of Ukraine: creating an anti-corruption platform where ESCU experts and analysts provide consultative, organizational, informational, and other support to members of public oversight councils. Additionally, the ESCU is involved in developing the concept of a model commercial court, including for the protection of the rights of foreign investors in the country's reconstruction.


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