The Ukrayinska Pravda newspaper reported on May 30 that Mr Dudin was fired for “carrying out his duties negligently”. President Zelensky announced that law enforcement would investigate Mr. Dudin’s case.
The Ukrainian leader said: “I have convened a meeting with the leadership of Kharkiv. I thank them for standing and continuing to stand with the people of Kharkiv, with Ukraine. There is great cooperation between the military. , the police, the mayor of Kharkiv and the authorities – all are working to bring our victory closer and working very effectively.”
“I fired the Director of the Kharkiv Regional Security Service out of selfish interest only in my interests rather than protecting the city from the first days of the war. Law enforcement officers will find out. What is his motive?
Mr. Dudin was appointed by President Zelensky as Head of the Kharkiv Regional Security Service in 2020.
The Ukrayinska Pravda newspaper reported on May 30 that Dudin was fired for negligent performance of his duties. Photo: Ukrayinska Pravda
On May 29, the Ukrainian leader made his first visit to the east since Russia launched a “special military operation” on February 24. Russian forces are tightening the encirclement around key cities in the Donbas region.
President Zelensky’s office posted a video on Telegram of him wearing a bulletproof vest and witnessing heavily damaged buildings in Kharkiv and the surrounding area.
“2,229 buildings have been destroyed in Kharkiv and the region. We will restore, rebuild and return life to normal, in Kharkiv and all other towns and villages,” the post said.
On May 29, the leader of Ukraine paid a visit to the East. Photo: Shafaq News
Meanwhile, fighting in the Donbas area, eastern Ukraine is still fierce. On May 29, Russian forces tightened the siege around two important cities, Severodonetsk and Lysychansk.
The governor of the Lugansk region, Sergiy Gaiday, said the situation in Lysychansk had worsened.
On the east bank of the Donets River, Russia attacked the area of Severodonetsk city, according to the General Staff of Ukraine.
Earlier, the Russian Ministry of Defense claimed control of the town of Lyman. Lyman is located on the road leading to the two cities of Kramatorsk and Severodonetsk.
In Severodonetsk, where an estimated 15,000 civilians remain, a local official said the continued shelling made it increasingly difficult to get in and out. Gaiday also acknowledged that this week will be a difficult time because Russia is expected to put all its resources into capturing Severodonetsk or cutting off the region from contact with Ukraine.
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