According to the results of the competition, the post of deputy director of the Institute and head of programme against smuggling (the programme is supported by PMI), was taken by the former Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yevhenii Enin.
Yevhenii has more than twenty years of military experience, of work in diplomatic and law enforcement areas, two higher education diplomas. He speaks three foreign languages. He got his PhD with a thesis on the Transnistrian settlement.
He has experience of holding operational posts in the SBU and the Foreign Intelligence Service.
Subject to the President’s decrees he was awarded the Order of courage of the third class and the Order of merit.
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