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DIRECT. War in Ukraine: Zelensky will carry out “personnel changes” after corruption cases

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Zelensky will change leaders after cases or suspicions of corruption

In his latest video message, President Zelensky indicated that some decisions have been made to replace some senior positions in the government and in the regions. It’s about people “in ministries and other structures of the central government, as well as in the regions and in law enforcement agencies.”

This decision was made after the dismissal of the former Minister of the Interior, suspected of embezzling $400,000.



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Source: Le Parisien

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