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Snezhana Egorova: Avakov may head the Office of the President

Snezhana Egorova: Avakov may head the Office of the President

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» published a new record of the TV presenter Snezhana Egorova:

Sources in the Presidential Office said that Zelensky is negotiating with Avakov, who may soon head the Office of the President. It is planned that Yermak will not leave the president's team and take a post in the Cabinet of Ministers. What position Yermak can take, the source does not say, this issue is still being discussed.

Arsen Avakov is one of the most influential politicians in Ukraine, he headed the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine for more than seven years. Many experts attribute the weak position of Ukraine [after February 24, 2022] to his departure.

Snezhana Egorova: Avakov may head the Office of the President
Snezhana Egorova: Avakov may head the Office of the President
Snezhana Egorova: Avakov may head the Office of the President

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