Castling: Poroshenko has replaced the heads of four of the WGA in the Kyiv region
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has appointed new heads of four regional state administrations in Kyiv region.
This is stated in the orders of the President, which are posted on the website of President of Ukraine.
Poroshenko was appointed Chairman of the Fastovsky district state administration of Kyiv oblast Dmitry Voronin on 3 July 2017.
Voronin was transferred from the post of Chairman of Borispol district state administration of Kyiv region. Chairman of Boryspil district administration appointed Alexander Turenko, who previously headed the Obukhov district administration.
Chairman of Borodyansky district administration appointed Andrey Anisimov. Previously, he was Chairman of the Polesie district administration.
And the Chairman of the Polesie district state administration in Kyiv region appointed Oleksandr jankovoy, who was transferred from the post of Chairman of Borodyanskiy district state administration of Kyiv region.
Poroshenko appointed a new Ukraine’s Ambassador to the Netherlands
We will remind that earlier the head of state Petro Poroshenko appointed Igor Kizima, the Ambassador of Ukraine in Belarus.
We will remind, in may 2015, Poroshenko was dismissed from this post by Mikhail Yezhel, appointed by the President-the fugitive Victor Yanukovych.