Zelenskyi appoints new first deputy chief of Ukraine’s State Guard Department.

Censor.NET reports citing president's office press service.

The decree on the appointment, No.283/2020, has been posted on the president’s website.

Prior to this, President Zelenskyi had signed decree No.281/2020 to dismiss Ihor Pyskun as first deputy chief of the Department and appointed him as deputy chief (decree No.282/2020).

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As reported, the Ukrainian parliament dismissed Viacheslav Shtuchnyi as head of Staff of the Verkhovna Rada’s secretariat.

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