Former head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Bohdan said that after his interview with Ukrainian Journalist Dmytro Gordon, which was published earlier today, he was forced to leave Ukraine. Bogdan wrote about this on his Facebook page.
"Due to the physical threat after the first interview, Gordon was forced to cross the Ukrainian-Romanian border," Bohdan said.
As we reported before, Bohdan was fired from the President's Office in February 2020. Some sources from the Office assured that Bohdan had a conflict with president's adviser Andriy Yermak, who later replaced him as a head of Zelensky's office.
Zelensky later excluded Bohdan from the National Security and Defense Council.
Andriy Bohdan is known for his harsh words when communicating with MPs from the Servant of the People faction. In particular, this is confirmed by his correspondence about the vote, published by journalists.
In mid-August, two Bohdan's cars were burned.