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Poroshenko dismissed his permanent representative in Crimea

Ukranian president’s envoy for Crimea Borys Babin dismissed on his own will
23:35, 3 December 2018

Ukraine's Presidental Administration

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko dismissed his permanent representative in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea Borys Babin on his own will, reads the order of the Head of the country of December 2, published on December 3. 

‘Ordering to fire Borys Babin Volodymyrovytch from the position of the permanent representative of the president of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea according to his own application,’ reads the order. 

Related: Poroshenko declines Lutsenko’s statement of resignation

Borys Bobin was born in 1981 and was appointed for this position in August 2017. 

He was the head of the department of administrative and criminal law of the Odesa National Maritime Academy, professor of the department of international law and comparative law of the International Humanitarian University (since 2016).

Earlier, Nataliia Popovych was dismissed from this post by the Decree.

Related: Poroshenko, Czaputowicz discuss relations between Ukraine and Poland

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