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Zelenskyy appoints new deputy chief of SBU

He used to head the department for the protection of statehood.

Zelenskyy appoints new deputy chief of SBU
Photo: Security Service of Ukraine

On 21 November, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy appointed Serhiy Andrushchenko a deputy chief of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU).

Previously, he headed the department for the protection of statehood.

Anatoliy Dublyk, for his part, has been appointed head of this department. He used to be a deputy chief of the SBU from 4 July to 8 November.

Zelenskyy also dismissed the head of the SBU directorate in Lviv Region, Oleksandr Bondaruk, and appointed Yuriy Honcharov to his post.

Honcharov previously headed the SBU directorate in Chernihiv.

Currently, SBU chief Ivan Bakanov has four deputies: Dmytro Neskoromnyy, Ruslan Baranetskyy, Oleksandr Karpenko and Volodymyr Horbenko.

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