In Ukraine, which has been at war with Russia for more than a year, President Zelenskyy struck local governments with a scalpel, so to speak. He dismissed the regional governors of Khmelnytsky, Odessa and Luhansk.
On the website of the Presidency of Ukraine, the decrees signed by Zelenskyy on the dismissal of the governors of the said region were published.
According to the decrees, Khmelnytsky Governor Sergey Gamaliy, Odessa Governor Maksim Marchenko and Luhansk Governor Sergey Gayday were dismissed from their posts.
Zelenskyy dismissed the head of the Kherson City Military Administration, Galina Lugovaya, in recent weeks.
He also dismissed Lugovaya, the head of the Kherson City Military Administration, with a decree, and appointed Roman Mrochko in his place with the second decree.
In February, Ukrainian President Zelenskyy dismissed the Joint Commander of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Major General Eduard Moskalev.