Marten Ehnberg appointed new Head of the Council of Europe Office in Ukraine
Ehnberg has already had experience working in Ukraine
Marten Ehnberg is the newly-appointed Head of the Council of Europe Office in Ukraine, ‘Ukrinform’ reports.
The new head of the office was presented by the Head of the General Directorate of the Council of Europe Program, Verena Taylor.
‘I’m glad to present the new Head of the Council of Europe office – Marten Ehnberg, who has already had experience working in Ukraine’, - she said.
According to Taylor, Ehnberg speaks Ukrainian, which will make communication with the press much easier.
Previously, Ehnberg has worked as Deputy Ambassador of Sweden to Ukraine.
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