Vasyl Dyachuk has a long history of working on different positions in the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) of Ukraine.
He was a detective in the Investigation Department of Chudniv Regional Police Office (Zhytomyr region), an investigator and senior investigator in South-Western Railways Office, senior detective on major cases in the Department of organized crime. From 2006 till 2007 Mr. Dyachuk was a Chief of State Automobile Inspectorate Department under the Police of Public Security. In 2009 – 2010 he was a lecture in the Institute of Postgraduate Education under the Academy of Management of MIA. Since 2010 he occupied the post of Chief of Department on Combating Illicit Drug Trafficking. Since July 2011 he became a Chief of Investigation Department of MIA in Zhytomyr region. In November 2012 he was appointed the First Deputy Chief of Police and Chief of Investigation Department of MIA in Zhytomyr region. On September 15, 2014 he was fired based on the ‘lustration law’.
However, in April 2014 before discharge Vasyl Dyachuk managed to get property rights for the land plot of 0,2034 ha on Naberezhna Street in Muzychi village not far from Kyiv. Earlier, in January 2014 a house built on this land plot was also registered to Mr. Dyachuk.
Local inhabitants call Naberezhna Street in Muzychi village the ‘Generals’ cottages’. Three Ukrainian military officials have realty there: Anatoliy Lopata, ex-chairman of General Staff of Armed Forces of Ukraine; Igor Smeshko, ex-head of the Security Service of Ukraine; Yuriy Prokofyev, ex-deputy chief of the National Security Council of Ukraine.