U.S. Embassy in Ukraine has responded to the dismissal of Andriy Bohdan from the post of Head of the President's Office, giving a positive assessment of his activities. The corresponding statement was posted on the Twitter account of the US diplomatic mission to Ukraine.
"We thank Andriy Bohdan for his partnership and commend his efforts to support the recent historic pace of reforms in Ukraine. We look forward to continuing our strong partnership on reform with Andriy Yermak," the message reads.
As we reported earlier, on February 11, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky dismissed Andriy Bohdan from his post of Head of the President's Office.
On the same day, he appointed Andriy Yermak as a new Head of the Presidential Administration.
News on Bohdan's resignation appeared on February 10. Ukrainska Pravda informed about it, citing its sources.
"According to five sources of the Ukrainska Pravda, Bohdan had a conversation about his resignation with President Volodymyr Zelensky on Monday, February 10. The head of the President’s office also discussed the resignation with his deputies. Sources did not report on the reasons for Bohdan’s intention to leave the President’s Office." Ukrainska Pravda asked for a comment to almost all the deputy heads of the President’s Office, presidential aides Serhiy Shefir and Andriy Yermak, and to Bohdan himself," the statement said.