Zelensky was appointed Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Ukrainian diplomat has headed the mission in neighbouring Croatia

President Vladimir Zelensky appointed Ambassador of Ukraine in Croatia Vasily Kirilich the head of the Ukrainian diplomatic mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina in combination.

This is stated in the presidential decree No. 296/2020 from July 28.

“To appoint extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Ukraine in the Republic of Croatia Kirilich Vasily Petrovich, Ambassador extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine in Bosnia and Herzegovina in combination”, – stated in the decree.

24 Dec 2019 Zelensky Kirilich appointed Ambassador of Ukraine to the Republic of Croatia. In January 2020, he arrived in Croatia to perform the duties of the Ambassador of Ukraine.

Recall that a week earlier Zelensky has appointed Vadim Pristayko, the Ambassador of Ukraine in the UK
. Held this position previously, Natalia galibarenko was dismissed from the post by the decree No. 286/2020 of 20 July, published on the website of the President.

Also recall that in mid-April, President Vladimir Zelensky has appointed ambassadors to five countries, as well as its new representative in the Cabinet.