Andriy Bohdan / Photo from UNIAN

New Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has tapped his legal adviser Andriy Bohdan [also spelled as Bogdan] to head the presidential administration.

"In line with Part 3 of Article 106 of the Constitution of Ukraine and taking into account Clause 2 of Part 3 of Article 3 of the Law of Ukraine on State Service, I am ruling on the appointment of Andriy Yosypovych Bohdan as head of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine," Decree No. 304/2019, posted on the Presidential Administration's website, says.

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Prior to his appointment, Bohdan advised Zelensky on legal issues.

As UNIAN reported, Zelensky on May 21 dismissed Chief of the General Staff and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Viktor Muzhenko and appointed Ruslan Khomchak to that post.