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Zelensky dismisses Tsyhykal from post of Head of State Border Guard of Ukraine

Petro Tsyhykal has been serving as the Head of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine since July 25, 2017
17:58, 31 May 2019

Volodymyr Zelensky, the President of Ukraine
Presidential Administration press office

President Volodymyr Zelensky dismissed Petro Tsyhykal from the post of Head of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine. This is stated in the decree of the head of state.

Another document released Tsyhykal from military service; he was discharged with the right to wear a military uniform.

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Petro Tsyhykal served as the Head of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine since July 25, 2017.

Earlier, President Volodymyr Zelensky signed personnel decrees on the leadership of the Security Service of Ukraine, as the press service of the head of state reports.

In decree, Zelensky dismissed Vitaliy Malikov from the position of first Deputy Head of the SBU.

Related: Zelensky dismisses Head of Chief Investigation Department of Security Service

The second document is the dismissal of Oleg Valendyuk, who worked as Head of the SBU's headquarters in Kyiv city and Kyiv region.

Another decree of Zelensky dismissed Vitaliy Mashkov from the position of Head of the Antiterrorist Center under the SBU.

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