Yanukovych cancels three decrees on Ukrainian Cossacks

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Dec. 30, 2011, 3:32 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has cancelled a number of decrees on the Ukrainian Cossacks, which were issued by his predecessors, the presidential press service has reported. Under his decree, the head of state declared invalid three decrees, in particular, No. 1092 of November 15, 2001 on the national program for the revival and development of the Ukrainian Cossacks in 2002-2005, No. 916 of June 4, 2005 on the Council of the Ukrainian Cossacks, and No. 378 of May 4, 2007 on measures to support the development of the Ukrainian Cossacks.
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