In Ukraine, several employees of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) were fired, including the deputy head of the department, Oleksandr Yakushev. A decree to this effect was signed by President Volodymyr Zelensky on March 6.
According to the order of the head of state, the head of the SBU department in the Sumy region Eduard Fedorov, the head of the department for the protection of state secrets and licensing of the SBU Igor Nosko, the head of the SBU department in the Zaporozhye region Boris Bezrukiy and the head of the economic support department Alexander Provotorov were also fired.
At the same time, decrees on new appointments were also signed. So, it is already known that Oleg Krasnoshapka will become the head of the SBU department in the Sumy region, and Oleg Khramov will become the head of the department for protecting state secrets and licensing of the SBU.
Earlier, on February 27, it was reported about Zelensky’s decision to dismiss Eduard Moskalev from the post of commander of the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) of Ukraine in Donbass. The reason for the dismissal was not specified. As military expert Vasily Dandykin commented on the dismissal at the same time, the President of Ukraine found a “scapegoat” for the failures of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) in the Donetsk direction.
On February 12, Zelensky fired the deputy commander of the Ukrainian National Guard Ruslan Dzyuba.
On February 10, it became known that five deputy heads of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine wrote their resignations. Igor Bondarenko, Ekaterina Pavlichenko, Bogdan Drapyaty, Mary Akopyan and Sergey Goncharov expressed their desire to leave the post.
On February 2, Zelensky said he was ready to continue changes in the personnel of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense until there was a guarantee that officials would stop abusing power for selfish purposes.
On January 25, a public figure and journalist from Odessa, Leonid Shtekel, in a conversation with Izvestia, explained the resignations in Ukraine by the fact that this is a country of fearless corruption.
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