Corresponding Decree No. 553/2022signed on August 3, is published on the website of the head of state.

“To appoint Yanushevich Yaroslav Vladimirovich as the head of the Kherson Regional State Administration,” the document says.

How informs The Office of the President, Volodymyr Zelensky, presented Yaroslav Yanushevich with an official certificate and expressed his conviction that his experience and professionalism would be useful in carrying out the tasks assigned to him as the head of an important region.

The head of state also stressed that the Kherson region would certainly be freed from Russian infidels, and collaborators would be held accountable.

Yaroslav Yanushevich was born in 1978 in Kyiv. In 2000 he graduated from the Kyiv National University. T. Shevchenko (specialty “Finance”), in 2009 – Odessa National University. I. I. Mechnikov (specialty “jurisprudence”) and the National Academy of Public Administration under the President of Ukraine (“management of social development”). Doctor of Law.

Since 1996, he has worked in various positions in the State Tax Inspectorate of Kyiv, since 2001 – in the State Tax Administration of Ukraine. In 2006-2007 was the vice chairman of the GNAU. From 2011 to 2013 – Deputy Chairman of the State Migration Service of Ukraine. In 2013, he served as General Director of Document State Enterprise. In 2013-2014 – Deputy Chairman of the State Financial Inspectorate of Ukraine. From 2014 to 2016 – Executive Director of the Ukrainian State Center for Radio Frequencies.

Since 2016 – Advisor to the General Director of the State Enterprise “Ukrainian State Center for Radio Frequencies”. Honored Economist of Ukraine. Full Commander of the Order of Merit.

As reported, on July 9, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky dismissed Gennady Laguta from the post of head of the Kherson regional state administration and appointed his first deputy Dmitry Butriy as the interim head of the region.

August 2 The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine agreed appointment of Yaroslav Yanushevich as head of the Kherson Regional State Administration.


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