The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine at a meeting on Wednesday granted the request Eka Zguladze about freeing her from the post of first Deputy Minister of internal Affairs, Minister of internal Affairs Arsen Avakov on his Twitter.
Thus, according to Avakov, Zguladze will continue to work in the interior Ministry, leading a special group of advisers.
Information in Ukrainian media about the decision Zguladze to leave in resignation appeared in mid-April, but she denied it.
Now Zguladze so far no announcement made. Her assistant Anastasia Frank wrote in Facebook that no statement about the resignation: “to Remain engaged in the reform of the Ministry of internal Affairs, Eka no official statements, resignations, etc.were done.”
Zguladze was one of those who was invited to Ukraine from Georgia at the end of 2014 to reform. Her main project was the creation of the patrol police, which earned first in Kiev and then was implemented in several regions of the country. The patrol police is headed by another native of Georgia, Khatia Dekoze.
In Georgia, Zguladze was appointed as Deputy interior Minister of Georgia in 2006 at the age of 26, where he engaged in law enforcement reform.
In recent days, the resignation of several associates of the former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili: Alexander Borovik and Maria Gaidar. They were forced to leave the posts of Deputy head of the Odessa regional administration because of the new law on civil service, which prohibits the holders of double citizenship.
Zguladze also reckoned among the supporters of Saakashvili.
Informed their Ministerial posts lost other invited to Ukraine foreigners: Natalie Jaresko, aivaras Abromavicius, and Aleksandr Kvitashvili – they are not included in the new Cabinet formed in April.