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Ex-Defense Deputy Minister becomes Ukraine’s ambassador to Georgia
12:50, 3 February 2017
Ex-Defense Deputy Minister becomes Ukraine’s ambassador to Georgia

Ihor Dolhov is an experienced diplomat. He also headed Ukraine’s mission in NATO

12:50, 3 February 2017

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The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko appointed the former Deputy Defense Minister of Ukraine for European Integration Ihor Dolhov as an Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to Georgia. This was stated in Presidential decree.

“To appoint Dolhov Ihor Oleksiiovych as an Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to Georgia,” the statement says.

Related: European Parliament votes for Georgia visa-free regime

Ihor Dolhov is an experienced diplomat. He headed Ukraine’s mission in NATO from 2010 to 2015, after that he was a Deputy Defense Minister of Ukraine for European Integration. He resigned from this post on his own accord on February 1.

Earlier it was reported that Georgian delegation to PACE didn’t’ vote for resolution on Ukraine. Sakvarelidze called that a disgrace of Georgia.

Related: Ukraine is in minority: Georgia and Moldova thaw in relations with Moscow

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