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Georgian reformers period in the history of the formation of Ukrainian police has ended. Following the ideologist and the main driving force of reform of patrol police Eka Zguladze, head of the department Khatia Dekanoidze also resigned.
Dekanoidze has been working in this position for a year; she left, slamming the door, claiming political interference in work of police and the lack of funding for reform. Moreover, Dekanoidze just said she did not see his first deputy Vadim Troyan future head of the Ukrainian police.
10 minutes after her statement Interior Minister Arsen Avakov appointed Troyan acting police chief.
Who, if not Troyan, can lead the police?
So, Vadym Troyan
Troyan was born in Kharkiv region. September 12, 1979, in 2000 he graduated from the Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs, the 3-year stint investigator Lozovsky GDO Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in Kharkiv region. Until 2014, he worked as a crisis manager in different areas. Since the beginning of ATO, Troyan volunteered in "Azov", in May 2014 he was appointed deputy commander of the regiment "Azov" in the Interior Ministry of Ukraine in Kyiv region. In the fall of 2014, at the end of October, Troyan led National Police in Kyiv region. On March 4, Vadym Troyan was engaged in criminal unit National Police the post of first deputy head of the police.
"Troyan is ,no doubt, a man of Avakov. This is his quota. Dekanoidze could hardly work with him. It is so, in fact, no matter what no effect, she was given at the mercy of the patrol police, to her she was engaged in. Talk about the possible appointment of Troyan, honest saying, surprised, of course it can, and "selling", but earlier it was that the post of head of National Police takes Yuri Moroz," says the source.
Yuri Moroz, head of National Police in Mykolaiv region
Yuri Moroz. Born on January 1, 1970. Moroz began service in the internal affairs of regional security officer of the capital management, then worked at the operational and executive positions in the Research Affairs of Ukraine in Kyiv. More than five years led by the Office for Combating Organized Crime of the city of Kyiv. In 2005 Moroz was deputy head of the Kyiv UBOP. His immediate superior, the head of the capital was UBOP Valery Geleta - Ukraine's former defense minister in 2014. Yuri Moroz also worked in the Department for combating trafficking in human beings. Then, after the Maidan, in February 2014 Moroz was appointed head of the Kyiv police. In March 2014, Moroz resigned. When was the adviser Avakov. August 25, 2016, after the tragedy in Krivoy Lake has been appointed head of the police of Mykolayiv region.
"This candidate is perhaps the most likely. In any case, talk about what he has been appointed, conducted not the first day. I think it is also great finds a common language with Avakov. Overall it sensible cop. I can say for sure that if appoint him better than anyone else will feel the department of protection of the economy," says the source.
Vyacheslav Abroskin, currently leads police in Donetsk region
Abroskin was born April 20, 1973. Began service in the militia in 1994, security officer of the Criminal Investigation of the Leninsky district department of the Office of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in Sevastopol. Over the next 20 years, he was promoted to deputy chief of the Criminal Investigation Department of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. In November 2014, the Order of the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine was appointed Chief of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in Donetsk region, November 6, 2015 reassigned to the post of Chief of the National Police Department in the Donetsk region, where he works to this day.
"Abroskin may well be considered for this position his Avakov recently singled out, often spoke of his work as an effective and efficient so that it would not be surprising if it will appoint," said the source.
National Police Deputy Konstantyn Bushuyev
Bushuyev was born on December 6, 1977 in the city of Kalush, Ivano-Frankivsk region. After school, he was working in the bodies of internal affairs of Ukraine since 1995. In 2000, he graduated from the Kharkov Institute of the Ukrainian Interior Ministry fire safety. Later he graduated from the National Academy of Internal Affairs of Ukraine on the specialty "Jurisprudence". During service in the internal affairs of Ukraine he has held various positions, including in the Main Staff of the Interior Ministry of Ukraine and the management of the transport police in Ukraine. In 2015, he took part in the anti-terrorist operation in eastern Ukraine as part summarized the forces of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. In December 2015, he was appointed Deputy Chairman of the Ukrainian National Police.
"Bushuyev is also a man of Avakov. He is not the first year working in the Interior Ministry, familiar with all the nuances of his candidacy and may consider," said the source.
Hennadiy Moskal, current Zakarpattia region Governor
Moskal was born on December 11, 1950. He worked in the Ministry of Interior since 1975, in 1997 - Head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in the Transcarpathian region, Uzhgorod; 10.1997 - 05.2000 - Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine - Chief of the Interior Ministry of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Simferopol; 05.2000 - 06.2001 - Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs - Head of MIA of Ukraine in the Dnipropetrovsk region, Dnipropetrovsk; 06.2001 - 09.2002 - Chairman of the Zakarpattia Regional State Administration, Uzhgorod;
10.2002 - 02.2005 - Chairman of the State Committee for Nationalities and Migration, Kyiv; 02.2005 - 11.2005 - Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine - Head of the criminal police, Kyiv; 11.2005 - 04.2006 - Chairman of the Luhansk Regional State Administration. Now the head of the Zakarpattia Regional State Administration.
"Senior positions in the Ministry of Internal Affairs and National Police system should be administered only by professionals. People with experience, not only in life, but also professional, who passed their career ladder from the bottom and up to certain senior positions," said ex-Interior Minister Anatoliy Mogilyov.
Whoever was appointed head of the National Police would have difficult time. According to Dekanoidze, crime has increased by 25% in the country. It is a new police chief will face this problem and achieve real results. Perhaps this is the most important requirement of society and political games on the background of the increase in crime is probably not interested in anyone but themselves politicians.