Ukrainian governor denies wanting to force deputies out

Kyrylo Shevchenko
Kyrylo Shevchenko
Photo: NBU

Ukraine’s central bank governor has confirmed that he voted to formally reprimand two of the central bank’s deputy governors, but denied he wanted them to resign.

Governor Kyrylo Shevchenko told several media outlets that he had voted to reprimand first deputy governor Kateryna Rozhkova and deputy governor Dmytro Sologub. Shevchenko said this was because they had made unauthorised statements to the media that he said violated the central bank’s ‘one voice’ policy.

The National Bank of Ukraine

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