Poroshenko appointed Ambassador to Belarus

Source : 112 Ukraine

Ihor Kizim to represent Ukraine in Belarus from now on, ex-head of MFA’s international security department will be representing the state in Iraq
21:35, 20 February 2017


Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has appointed new Ambassadors of Ukraine to Belarus and Iraq. The according decrees were published on the website of Presidential Administration.

According to order №39/2017, Ihor Kizim became the new Ukrainian Ambassador to Belarus, who earlier served as the adviser to Ukrainian envoy to Great Britain.

Victor Nedopas, the former acting chief of MFA’s international security department will be serving as Ukraine’s Ambassador to Iraq from now on, according to the president’s decree.

The orders on the appointment of new ambassadors were signed February 16.

As it was reported earlier, Ambassador of Canada to Ukraine Roman Vashchuk and Canadians who are involved in police reform projects in Ukraine supported the #22PushUpChallenge in support of anti-terrorist operation veterans.

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