Transcarpathian prosecutor's office has a new chief. So far, temporary
Balyta Roman Ivanovich will perform the duties of the Prosecutor of Transcarpathian region.
Reference. Roman Ivanovich was born in 1973 in Ivano-Frankivsk. In 1997, he graduated from the National Law Academy named after Yaroslav the Wise and in 2000, he began working in the prosecution bodies of Ukraine.
He worked in various positions in Ivano-Frankivsk, Kyiv city and Kyiv region, as well as in the General Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine. Roman Ivanovich was transferred to the prosecutor's office of Transcarpathia from the office the head of the criminal proceedings procedural control department of the prosecution office in Kyiv region. On April 17, the Acting Prosecutor General of Ukraine Oleg Makhnitsky signed the order on his appointment as the first deputy prosecutor of the region.