KYIV, Ukraine — Ukraine’s president on Thursday appointed the former leader of Georgia to lead an advisory body in Ukraine — a move that will likely anger his home country.
Volodymyr Zelenskiy said he placed Mikheil Saakashvili, who served as Georgia’s president from 2004-2013, in charge of the executive committee of the National Reform Council.
Zelenskiy noted that he believes that the former Georgian leader will give a “new impulse” to the council and “help bring important changes in the country.”
The council is a consultative structure under the president entrusted with planning and co-ordination of economic and other reforms.
Last month, Saakashvili said …read more
Source:: National Newswatch