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Poroshenko dismisses Deputy Chairman of Foreign Intelligence Service
13:28, 10 October 2017
Poroshenko dismisses Deputy Chairman of Foreign Intelligence Service

Egor Bozhok was appointed to the position of the chairman of the Service in September

13:28, 10 October 2017

Press service of Ukrainian President

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko dismissed Deputy Chairman of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine Pavlo Pashkovsky. It is stated in the decree of the president #312 as at October 9 that is published at the official website of the president.

'To dismiss Pashkovsky Pavlo Mykolayovych from the position of the deputy chairman of Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine', the decree stated.

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Earlier it was reported that Poroshenko appointed Egor Bozhok to the position of the chairman of the Foreign Intelligence Service in September.

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The Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine is the body of the governmental authority of the state. It holds the intelligence actions in the political, economic, military and technical, scientific and technical, informational and ecological spheres.

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