The Cabinet of Ministers has approved the dismissal of five heads of Regional Military Administrations (RMAs) and four deputy ministers, and appointed one deputy minister, Radio Liberty reports.
- Valentyn Reznichenko - Dnipropetrovsk RMA;
- Oleksandr Starukh - Zaporizhzhya RMA;
- Oleksiy Kuleba - Kyiv RMA;
- Dmytro Zhyvytskyy - Sumy RMA;
- Yaroslav Yanushevych - Kherson RMA.
- Vyacheslav Shapovalov, Deputy Minister of Defence of Ukraine;
- Ivan Lukerya, Deputy Minister for Communities and Territories Development of Ukraine;
- Vyacheslav Nehoda - Deputy Minister for Communities and Territories Development of Ukraine;
- Vitaliy Muzychenko, Deputy Minister of Social Policy of Ukraine.
UPDATED. In addition, the Cabinet of Ministers has appointed Oleksiy Sobolev as Deputy Minister of Economy.
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