The dismissal of Andriy Bohdan from the post of the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine will not influence the political course of the state as the office reported.
As we reported, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has appointed Andriy Yermak at the post of the Head of the Office of the President. It is stated that he ‘would handle the trusted responsibility’.
“From today, the Office of the President of Ukraine is headed by Andriy Yermak. Previous head Andriy Bohdan resigned. The President’s Office appreciates his work during those months,” the message said.
The Office added that the team of Zelensky focuses on important reforms, which are ahead.
Earlier we reported that Zelensky dismissed Andriy Bohdan from the post of the President’s Office Head. As we reported earlier, Ukrainska Pravda informed about Bohdan's decision to resign on February 10, 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.
The Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Dmytro Razumkov commented on alleged resignation, saying that "he is not Andriy Bohdan's press secretary".