The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has appointed Yevhen Yenin as the first deputy head of the Interior Ministry. Earlier, he occupied the position of the deputy foreign minister as the governmental decree stated.
“To appoint Yevhen V. Yenin as the first deputy head of the Interior Ministry on September 7, 2021,” the message says.
Thus, Yevhen Yenin will be dismissed from his previous position on September 6.
Yevhen Yenin has started his diplomatic career in December 2005, when he was appointed at the position of third and second secretary of the Embassy of Ukraine in Moldova. From March until September 2011, he occupied positions of the secretaries of the number of the countries of the territorial department of the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine. Later, he became the councilor of Ukraine’s Embassy in Italy.
However, from June 7, 2016, until April 2019, he occupied the position of the Deputy Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine. Later, he returned to the Foreign Ministry and occupied the position of the deputy head of the ministry.
As we reported, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine appointed Denys Monastyrsky as the Minister of Internal Affairs. His candidacy was supported by 271 MPs (226 necessary to pass the decision).