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Deputy Head of Security Service of Ukraine Demchyna resigns

Colonel-General wrote a letter for resignation
21:46, 17 May 2019

 

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First Deputy Head of the Security Service of Ukraine Pavlo Demchyna filed the resignation. Advisor of Head of the Security Service Yaroslav Antoniak posted on Facebook.

The information on Demchyna’s dismissal appeared today, May 17.

“Thank you Colonel-General Pavlo Demchyna for his dedication to the work and strengthening of one of the most effective units of the national intelligence service. Despite the mixed opinions concerning Pavlo Demchyna, I am confident that the time will come and history will appreciate his significant contribution to the protection of the Ukrainian state,” Yaroslav Antoniak wrote.

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The current president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko accepted the resignation of Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Kostyantyn Yeliseev.

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