President appoints new SBU deputy head, replaces some heads in regional offices.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has made some staff replacements in the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU), according to the president’s press service.

In particular, the president signed the decrees to appoint Oleksandr Yakushev as SBU deputy head, Oleh Salatiuk as head of the SBU Office in Sumy region, and Pavlo Revunov as head the SBU Office in Chernihiv region.

The president also dismissed Mykola Naydych as head of the SBU Office in Kharkiv region and appointed Roman Dudin to replace him.

As Ukrinform reported, President Zelensky signed decrees No.82, No.84 to dismiss Oleksandr Karpenko and Dmytro Neskromnyi as SBU deputy heads.

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