Personnel change in the police in Ukraine was announced at 17.00

There have been personnel changes in the leadership of the National Police of Ukraine. Strana.ua reports this, citing its sources.

According to the Ukrainian publication, Andrey Nebitov, who previously headed the main department of the national police in the Kiev region, is moving to the position of deputy chief of the National Police of Ukraine. He will oversee the criminal investigation, operational service and operational and technical measures department.

It was noted that the first deputy chief of the national police, Dmitry Tishlek, became deputy chief and held the post of head of the criminal police. Additionally, the head of the human resources department, Sergei Kobilets, will become the deputy head of the Ukrainian national police.

Before this, Ukraine’s new Minister of Defense Rustem Umerov statedThat a military ombudsman position will arise in Ukraine, which will be responsible for protecting the “needs of the people”.

Previously USA and Ukraine started Negotiations on security guarantees for Kiev.



Source: Gazeta

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