Zelensky dismissed two Deputy head of the foreign intelligence Service of Ukraine
The President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky dismissed two Deputy heads of the foreign intelligence Service of the country, the relevant decrees are published on the website of the President.
Zelensky previously dismissed Valery Yevdokimov from the post of head of the foreign intelligence Service and was appointed its Chairman former Deputy head of the presidential administration Valery Kondratuk.
The President also dismissed Catherine Slyadneva from the post of Deputy head of the foreign intelligence Service of Ukraine.
Kondratyuk holds the rank of Lieutenant General. In 2014-2015, he headed the Department of counterintelligence of SB of Ukraine. In 2015 he was appointed head of the main intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of defense of Ukraine. In 2016-2019 was Deputy chief of staff who was then the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko.