Internal anti-corruption program
The internal anti-corruption program of the Ministry of Industry and Trade (hereinafter referred to as “MIT IAP”) was drawn up on the basis of the task resulting from Government Resolution No. 752 of 2 October 2013, as amended by the Government Resolution No 851 of 13 November 2013, the Government Resolution No. 1077 of 21 December 2015 and the Government Resolution No. 853 of 29 November 2017 approving the updated version of the Framework Internal Anti-Corruption Program (hereinafter referred to as “FIAP”), which provides for the obligation to evaluate the Ministerial internal anti-corruption programs and internal anti-corruption programs always as of 31 December of the odd calendar year, the obligation to prepare a report on Ministerial internal anti-corruption programs and internal anti-corruption programs always as of 31 March of each even calendar year and the obligation to create, if necessary, the Ministerial internal anti- anti-corruption programs and internal anti-corruption programs and the publication of the current version of these internal anti-corruption programs on the website of the Ministry or subordinate organizations by 30 June of each even calendar year. Subordinate organizations and state-owned enterprises within the jurisdiction of the Ministry shall apply a similar procedure based on the MIT FIAP in their Internal Anti-Corruption Programs.
The MIT FIAP represents another qualitative shift in the effective fight against corruption. Its aim is to eliminate or reduce to the extent possible the conditions for the emergence of the corruption conduct within the Ministry, to identify risk locations and functions, and to define areas of activities in which corruption may occur.