As reported by Censor.NET, Interior Minister Arsen Avakov announced it on his Twitter page.
"Eka resigns as first deputy minister. The Cabinet has passed the decision at her request. Eka will make a statement, no need to spread rumors. I'd like to sincerely express my big gratitude for the work done," he noted.
Later, Avakov wrote that Zguladze accepted his proposal and will continue to be part of Interior Ministry reform team, leading a special group of advisers.
"There is a lot of work to do!" he added.
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