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KIEV, January 4. /TASS/. Foreigners should not be working at ruling positions in Ukraine’s interior ministry and in prosecution authorities, leader of the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko in the country’s parliament (Verkhovna Rada) Yuri Lutsenko said.
“I support the policy of attracting new citizens of Ukraine, who have successful results in reforming other countries, but for attracting them … to top positions at the prosecution authorities and in the interior ministry,” he said in an interview with the Ukrainian News.
“A person responsible for enforcement of laws should be a person born a Ukrainian citizen,” he said.
Earlier, Ukrainian media wrote two foreigners might take top positions in the prosecution authorities and in the anti-corruption bureau.