The USA is monitoring the personnel reshuffles in Ukraine, including the dismissal of the prosecutor-general and the head of the Security Service of Ukraine, but this will not affect the exchange of data, including intelligence data.
Ned Price, a representative of the US Department of State, said this at a briefing.
He noted that the U.S. is in daily contact with our Ukrainian partners.
"As for the news we've heard from Kyiv, we are aware of the reports (of the suspension - ed.), and we will continue to monitor the situation closely," Price said.
He added that the U.S. in its relations with Ukraine "has been invested in institutions, not specific individuals," so he is confident that he will be able to establish contact with the new head of the attorney general's office as well.
"We take a proactive stance on the information we share with our Ukrainian partners to help them bring to justice those who may have committed war crimes and other atrocities ... It's often not about sensitive information," Price said.
The State Department spokesman also said that much U.S. data is shared with the Office of the Attorney General "on a routine basis," and it is also available in open sources.
"Yes, we are exchanging with our Ukrainian counterparts and intelligence, and we will continue to do so. It's an important element of our assistance to Ukraine that helps it defend itself," he concluded. ," he concluded.
Recall that on the previous day Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky dismissed the head of the SBU Ivan Bakanov, as well as Prosecutor General Irina Venediktova.