On October 6, the Verkhovna Rada transferred five MPs to the parliamentary committee on national security, defence, and intelligence.
On October 6, a member of parliament from the "Holos" faction, Oleksandra Ustinova, headed a temporary special commission to control the use of weapons provided to Ukraine.
On July 19, the Verkhovna Rada created a temporary special commission for monitoring the receipt and use of international material and technical assistance during the war.
Verkhovna Rada approved Anti-Corruption Strategy with 310 votes.
The bill should strengthen democratic civilian control over the Armed Forces.
The government approved transforming Ukroboronprom into a joint-stock company