Kyiv police chief Andrii Kryshchenko said in an interview with 112 Ukraine, Censor.NET reports.
"At the moment, there are some 200 claims. In total, we've fired about 10-12 percent of those who underwent the assessment. We are talking about 1,000 people.
"Those who criticize us say we weeded out the best staff and almost disintegrated the authority. They are wrong. Speaking of senior officers, regional and district chiefs, we've sacked about 80 percent of them," Kryshchenko said.
"No decisions about reinstating or non-reinstating have been delivered so far. They will be passed in June," the Kyiv police chief added.
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