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Another Deputy Head of Ukrainian President's Office to depart — NV sources

One more person will be dismissed from the Office of the President
One more person will be dismissed from the Office of the President

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is set to dismiss another top official from his Office (OP), NV sources say.

In addition to the two deputy heads of the OP chief, Andriy Yermak, who were dismissed on March 29 — Andriy Smyrnov and Oleksiy Dniprov — another deputy head, Andriy Sybiha, is set to depart soon, NV sources on Bankova Street said.

Sybiha is currently overseeing the OP's diplomatic affairs. He will continue to be involved in diplomatic work after his dismissal.

Zelenskyy simultaneously removed Smyrnov, in charge of OP's legal matters, and Dniprov, who supervised the education sector. The President immediately filled their roles with new appointments — Iryna Mudra, former Deputy Minister of Justice, and Olena Kovalska, formerly serving as Yermak's chief of staff.

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