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Zelensky appoints Prystaiko as Deputy Head of Presidential Administration

Recently, there was information that Prystaiko would be appointed as the Minister of Foreign Affairs
19:30, 22 May 2019

Vadym Prystayko, Ukraine’s Permanent Representative to NATO
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The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky appointed Vadym Prystayko as Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration, according to the order № 317/2019 on May 22.

“To appoint Vadym Prystaiko as the Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine,” the decree said.

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Recently, there was information that Prystaiko would be appointed as the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

As we reported earlier, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky appointed Ivan Bakanov as the First Deputy Chairman of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU), the Head of the Chief Department on the Fight against Corruption and organized crime of Central SBU Directorate as the order #316 states.

Ivan Bakanov worked as the Head of Kvartal 95. He also heads Servant for the People Party from 2017.

On May 20, Head of the Security Service of Ukraine  Vasyl Hrytsak resigned.

Earlier Petro Poroshenko dismissed Pavlo Demchyna from the position of the First Deputy Head of the SBU.

Related: Zelensky's Advisor Razumkov can become leader of Servant of People party, - Ryaboshapka

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