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Poroshenko dismisses Head of Security Service of President of Ukraine Yuriy Fedorov

The press service of the Presidential Administration published the order of the President
22:03, 3 May 2019

Yuriy Fedorov, Deputy Chief of the State Guard of Ukraine and Head of the Security Service of the President of Ukraine
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President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko dismissed Deputy Chief of the State Guard of Ukraine and Head of the Security Service of the President of Ukraine Yuriy Fedorov. The order was published on the website of the Administration of the President on May 3.

“To dismiss Fedorov Yuriy Vitaliyovych from the post of the Deputy Chief of the State Guard of Ukraine and Head of the Security Service of the President of Ukraine,” as is written in the order № 179/2019.

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Yuriy Fedorov is Major General, born in Boyarka, Kyiv region on March 12, 1975. He has been serving in the State Guard of Ukraine since 1995. He was appointed as the Head of the Security Service of the President of Ukraine in 2014, replacing dismissed acting head Konstantin Kobzar by the order of Olexandr Turchynov.

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