Today Oleksandr Semiryadchenko has been appointed a Chief of Information Policy Department of the President’s Secretariat. He was introduced by Iryna Vannykova, a President Press Secretary, at a briefing in Kyiv.
She stated that this appointment finalised the reshuffle of the President’s Secretariat.
Semiryadchenko will be commissioned to conduct information policy of the Secretariat and the President of Ukraine.
Responding the journalists’ questions, Oleksandr Semiryadchenko mentioned that he felt a bit uneasy as he had used to be among those who asking questions.
“Using the experience of the Secretariat and opportunities this position gives to me in the promotion of cooperation with expert groups, sociologists, researchers, and journalists, I will try to make the President and his work accepted and easily understood,” he said.
Resuming the new style of the Secretariat work, Vannykova noted: “We follow the White House’s example of daily briefings held by the President’s Press Secretary who announces the chief’s agenda for a day or a week, informs mass media about President’s opinions regarding this or that subject. So, you will be able to listen to certain messages from the President at these briefings.”
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