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Zelenskyy announces further reshuffles in government

Zelenskyy announces further reshuffles in government President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy (photo: Vitalii Nosach, RBC-Ukraine)

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that personnel changes in state institutions would continue.

"We continue to reboot state institutions. This week, several replacements were made. This is not all. These are not all the decisions that have been prepared," the President said.

Zelenskyy noted that today, March 30, there are already new decrees on advisers on Bankova Street.

"I thank everyone for their work. We are making the Office more functional," the president said.

Rotation in Presidential Administration

Earlier it was reported that President Volodymyr Zelenskyy dismissed a number of his advisors and commissioners today. Thus, by his decrees, the head of state dismissed:

  • freelance presidential adviser Oleh Ustenko (Decree No. 212);
  • freelance presidential adviser Serhiy Trofimov (Decree No. 211);
  • freelance presidential adviser Mykhailo Radutskyi (Decree No. 210).

Zelenskyy also dismissed Aliona Verbytska from the post of Presidential Commissioner for the Protection of the Rights of Defenders of Ukraine (Decree No. 208). In addition, Natalia Pushkariova was dismissed from the post of Presidential Commissioner for Volunteer Activities (out of state) (Decree 209).

Read more about this rotation in the president's office and how Zelenskyy reshuffled the National Security and Defense Council in RBC-Ukraine's article.