|Minister of Interior|
24 August 1991 – 21 July 1994
|Prime Minister||Vitold Fokin
|Preceded by||Ivan Hladush (as Minister of Ukrainian SSR)|
|Succeeded by||Volodymyr Radchenko|
|Born||4 April 1933|
|Allegiance|| Soviet Union
Early life and education
Vasylyshyn was born on 24 April 1933.
Vasylyshyn is the former army general and held the rank of lieutenant general. He was appointed interior minister to the cabinet led by Prime Minister Vitold Fokin following the fall of the communist regime in 1991. He was reappointed to the post in the cabinet led by Prime Minister Leonid Kuchma in October 1992. He was dismissed by the Prime Minister in July 1994. He was replaced by Volodymyr Radchenko in the post.
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