Poroshenko dismisses first deputy head of Foreign Intelligence Service

Poroshenko dismisses first deputy head of Foreign Intelligence Service

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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has dismissed Ihor Razinkov as first deputy head of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine.

The decree to that effect, No. 329/2017, was posted on the website of the head of state on Wednesday.

Earlier, on September 13, Poroshenko appointed Yehor Bozhok as head of the Foreign Intelligence Service. He served as head of Ukraine's Mission to NATO since June 2015. The president signed the respective decree on the appointment and introduced the new head to the staff of the Foreign Intelligence Service.

Razinkov was appointed first deputy chairman of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine on March 1, 2014, by then acting Ukrainian President and Verkhovna Rada Chairman Oleksandr Turchynov.

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