Zelensky fired several ambassadors, including in Germany and Hungary

Oleg Panfilovych

President Volodymyr Zelensky dismissed a number of ambassadors of Ukraine in various countries.

This is evidenced by the relevant decrees.

In particular, the president fired Andrii Melnyk, the ambassador to Germany, who became very famous in that country thanks to his merciless criticism of the local government for its stance on aid to Ukraine. The German publication BILD reported with reference to sources in the Ukrainian government that Melnyk will be appointed Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Also, Zelensky dismissed the ambassador to Hungary, Liubov Nepop, to the Czech Republic, Yevhen Perebiynis, to Norway, Viacheslav Yatsiuk, and to India, Ihor Polikha.