This was announced by the president himself during the National Reform Council meeting on Monday, Censor.NET reports.
"I would like to stress that I have decided to appoint Ihor Rainin the chief of the Presidential Administration. Those who were able to visit Kharkiv have seen the changes that occurred in the Kharkiv region. Both in political and managerial spheres," Poroshenko said.
Last week it was reported that AP Head Borys Lozhkin was planning to leave the position the following week to head the National Investment Council. He was also supposed to become the president's adviser. Rainin was named the most probable candidacy for the post.
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