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Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Ruslan Riaboshapka says he feels no discomfort about the prospects of being appointed prosecutor general of Ukraine.

"I don't feel any discomfort about what I'll have to do as prosecutor general, that's if I'm actually appointed to this position. That is, I can't say I'm comfortable with this work and neither will I feel any discomfort, allegedly because I will feel out of place. I just don't have this in me," he told Ukrainian TV Channel 24 on August 7.

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As UNIAN reported, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky earlier said he was considering Riaboshapka for the post of prosecutor general.

Riaboshapka estimated the probability of his appointment to the post at 50%.