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“I have submitted my resignation from the post of the National Security and Defense Council Secretary,” Parubiy wrote on his Facebook page.
“I consider it unacceptable to comment on the resignation during the war. I continue dealing with the issues of providing assistance to the front, primarily to volunteer battalions,” Parubiy said.
Parubiy held the post of Ukraine’s security chief from February 27.
Meanwhile, a spokesman for Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko wrote on his Twitter page that “Parubiy will stay in the presidential team in any post. Poroshenko thanked the National Security and Defense Council chief for his work.”
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has accepted the resignation of National Security and Defense Council head Andriy Parubiy, the press office of the head of state reported on Thursday.