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 National Police Former Acting Chief Troian withdraws his candidacy for agency head

The law enforcer says he lacks experience necessary to pass the competition.

As reported by Censor.NET, National Police Former Acting Chief Vadym Troian wrote on Facebook that he would not participate in the competition to fill the position of the head of the National Police of Ukraine.

"I have made a decision not to continue participating in the competitive process for the post of the chief of the National Police of Ukraine," he wrote.

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"The core competencies, experience in the field of law: the commission has carefully checked my work experience in the field of law (and rightly so) and asked me to submit a certificate regarding my activities in a private company I worked for.

"I am not going to submit such certificate. I believe that the head of Ukrainian police must be absolutely legitimate, meeting all the requirements of the law without exception, without amendments or any possible stretch. I lack about 20 months of experience to unconditionally pass all the competition criteria. I accept this, and as an officer, I want no indulgence and assumptions. There is plenty of work on the path I have chosen in rank and file with my colleagues. I will continue serving Ukraine!" Troian wrote.

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