The Kyiv District Administrative Court has reinstated Khrystyna Yushkevych as the chairperson of the State Forestry Resources Agency. This is said in the ruling of the Kyiv District Administrative Court of June 8, 2017, Ukrainian News Agency reports. The Kyiv District Administrative Court has established that Yushkevych was appointed the chairperson of the State Forestry Resources Agency by the Cabinet of Ministers by a protocol on November 2, 2016. According to the Ukrainian legislation, a probation period of a civil servant cannot be more than six months. Thus, Yushkevych could have been dismissed from the post within the procedures of the probation period of a civil servant before May 3, 2017. However, the Cabinet of Ministers decided to dismiss her from the post within the procedures of the probation period of a civil servant on May 18. The court terminated the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of May 18 and reinstated Yushkevych at the post. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, on May 18, 2017, the Cabinet of Ministers dismissed Yushkevych from the post of the Chairperson of the State Forestry Resources Agency. Yushkevych was dismissed at a suggestion of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food. Official reason of her dismissal was failing probation and not conforming to the post. The Cabinet of Ministers on June 8, 2016, appointed Yushkevych as Interim Chair of the Forestry Resources Agency. In September 2016, the competition committee for senior civil service elected her as the Chairperson of the Agency. Oleksandr Kovalchuk was the chairperson of the State Forestry Resources Agency before Yushkevych.