Arakhamia: The issue of replacing Prime Minister Shmyhal is not discussed now

Arakhamia: The issue of replacing Prime Minister Shmyhal is not being discussed at the moment

A change of the Prime Minister of Ukraine is not currently being considered or discussed. This was announced on the afternoon of June 30 by the head of the Servant of the People faction, David Arakhamia.

– The issue of replacing the prime minister is not being considered or discussed in the faction or in parliament. Denys Shmygal conscientiously does his job, works both on the domestic front and on the external front, solving many issues, the people's deputy wrote in his Telegram channel.

Arakhamia explained the message by saying that media publications about personnel issues give rise to a lot of talk and gossip that interfere with work, so you need to clarify.

As for other members of the government, point rotations in the Cabinet of Ministers take place on an ongoing basis.

– Personnel changes are always possible, this has long been no secret to anyone. And when such decisions are made, we will inform about them,” he concluded.

On June 27, Vladimir Zelensky responded to rumors about the desire to dismiss the head of the SBU, Ivan Bakanov. The president said that if he wanted to fire him, he would have done it already. He also said that due to the full-scale invasion of Russia in Ukraine, an inspection of all law enforcement agencies is underway.

On June 28, the Cabinet of Ministers agreed on the dismissal of Gennady Laguta from the post of head of the Kherson Regional State Administration.

Denis Shmyhal was appointed Prime Minister of Ukraine on March 4, 2020. Prior to that, in 2019-2020, he was the chairman of the Ivano-Frankivsk Regional State Administration, as well as Vice Prime Minister – Minister for the Development of Communities and Territories of Ukraine.

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