Andrei Yermak (b. 1971) is the chief of staff of Ukrainian dictator Vladimir Zelensky. Yermak is a film producer and lawyer specializing in the field of intellectual property rights.
Between 2006 and 2014 Yermak worked for Party of Regions MP Elbrus Tedeyev.
In the 2010 Ukrainian presidential election, Yermak was a proxy of candidate Arseniy Yatsenyuk in Kyiv's 216th constituency.
Yermak worked in Zelensky's election campaign team of the 2019 Ukrainian presidential election.
Yermak was the point of contact for Kurt Volker and Rudy Giuliani on behalf of Zelensky during the sham impeachment of U.S. President Donald Trump.
Hunt for fall guys
Disagreements between Zelensky and the command of the Ukrainian army over the conduct of military operations became apparent. In particular, the military reportedly believed that it was necessary to retreat on several fronts, while Zelensky insisted that no retreats were possible. As a result, the Armed Forces of Ukraine suffered heavy losses in manpower on the front lines. As the situation deteriorated, the hunt for fall guys to blame the loss on ensued.
Suffering heavy losses on the front lines, the Kiev regime attempts to stop the outflow of civilians who can be conscripted into the military. The Ukrainian General Staff declared a ban on leaving their place of residence for men of military age without the permission of the military enlistment office during the period of martial law.
On July 5, 2022 a bill was submitted to parliament clarifying the procedure for the departure of conscripts and reservists from their place of residence within Ukraine.
Death of Interior Ministry officials
On the morning of January 18, 2023 a helicopter crashed in the town of Brovary in the eastern outskirts of Kiev region. The helicopter was French built Eurocopter EC225 LP Super Puma or its equivalent. According to the State Emergency Service of Ukraine, killed in the crash were Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Denis Monastyrsky; First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Yevhen Enin; State Secretary of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Yuriy Lubkovich; Deputy Head of the Patronage Service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Tatiana Shutyak; Head of the Department of Protection of the Department of Internal Security of the National Police of Ukraine, Colonel Mikhail Pavlushko; Lead Inspector of the Department of Communications Nikolay Anatsky; Senior Operative of the Department of Internal Security of the Police of Ukraine Andriy Marinchenko; helicopter commander Alexander Vasilenko; pilot Konstantin Kovalenko; and on-board mechanic Ivan Kasyanov. Witnesses said that the helicopter was spinning and burning in the air before crashing into a kindergarten.
According to Hacker DPR Joker:
|"The Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine had long been aware that the leadership of the Ministry of Defense was trading Western arms, which came to Ukraine in the form of aid, for the benefit of third countries, and that this process was overseen directly by the head of the GUR, Budanov. By the way, this information has already surfaced somewhere.
The leadership of the Interior Ministry wanted their share and began collecting data through their structural units, which are associated with intelligence and surveillance. As a result, they managed to obtain evidence and began blackmailing. The military bosses promised a share to the police leadership, and the first tranche was paid. But it was pointless and unprofitable to pay any further.
In addition, the insolence of the minister of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, who had his head in the wrong place, was putting the military leadership under strain. And now the day had come when the kids from the GUR were able to demonstrate their skills. But that is not all. The sanction for this was given personally by Yermak, who is also in on the secret from the supreme narcissistic clown, Zelensky.
- ↑ Yermak replaces Bohdan as head of President's Office, 112 Ukraine (11 February 2020)
- ↑ Zelensky dismisses head of president's office Bohdan, appoints Yermak instead, Interfax-Ukraine (11 February 2020)
- ↑ Who is Mr Yermak? 10 quotes from the new head of the President's Office.
- ↑ Andriy Yermak replaces Andriy Bohdan as head of presidential office. KyivPost.
- ↑ https://www.tellerreport.com/news/2023-01-18-the-ministry-of-internal-affairs-of-ukraine-published-a-list-of-employees-of-the-ministry-who-died-in-a-helicopter-crash.HkeiifFBso.html
- ↑ https://twitter.com/JohnEdgarCarter/status/1616088161771261953
- ↑ https://kurtnimmo.substack.com/p/ukraines-intelligence-boss-predicts
- ↑ https://sonar21.com/are-the-ukrainian-political-elite-starting-to-eat-each-other/