The head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmitry Kuleba spoke about the possible dismissal of General Valery Zaluzhny from the post of commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The official also answered whether the “reset” announced by the president in the military and political leadership of the country would affect relations with partners.
The head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry commented on the intention during a press conference with the head of the Portuguese Foreign Ministry João Gomes Cravinho in Kiev President to carry out personnel changes in the military and political leadership of the country.
NBN reports this with reference to Reuters.
The diplomat does not believe that a “reset” in power can affect relations Kyiv with allies. The minister added that the guarantor has the constitutional right to dismiss the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, if he deems it necessary.
The head of the foreign ministry is convinced that any changes in the military-political leadership of Ukraine will not be a sign of a split in its efforts to restore its territorial integrity
We note that according to media reports, the West is alarmed about Zaluzhny’s possible dismissal. Kyiv's partners believe that replacing the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine could have the “backfire effect.”