Tymoshenko sacked three Yanukovych’s advisors
All of them connected with foreign affairs
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, with its decree #1130-r dated December 19, 2007, sacked Volodymyr Semynozhenko from the post of the advisor of the Ukrainian Prime Minister.
The text of the corresponding decree, signed by Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, was posted at the official web site of the Verkhovna Rada.
With the decree #1129-r, dated 19 December, Kostyantyn Hryshchenko was sacked from the post of the Prime Minister’s advisor, and, with the decree #1128-r – Anatoliy Zlenko was sacked from the post of the advisor on special international issues.
As UNIAN reported earlier, V.Semynozhenko, K.Hryshchenko, and A.Zlenko were appointed by ex-Prime Minister Victor Yanukovych.