Turkish President Erdogan: there are people around Zelensky who often deceive him According to Erdogan, Zelensky is worried because of the frequent deceptions of people around him. Earlier, the President of Ukraine pointed out that after the start of the Russian special operation, some deputies and law enforcement officers “betrayed the country” 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is very concerned that people around him often deceive him. This was announced by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during a visit to the vineyards in Manisa.
So, to the question of one of the farmers about how Zelensky is doing, Erdogan replied: “He is very worried. There are people around him who deceive him a lot.
Erdogan met with Zelensky in Lvov on August 18. The leaders held tripartite talks with the participation of UN Secretary General António Guterres, as a result of which Ukraine and Turkey signed an agreement on the restoration of Ukrainian infrastructure destroyed due to hostilities.
After the start of the Russian special operation, Zelensky replaced several of the country's top officials, including ex-Prosecutor General Irina Venediktova and ex-head of the SBU Ivan Bakanov. Zelensky also announced a personnel audit at the SBU and fired several heads of the agency's regional departments. Prior to this, Zelensky said that an inspection of the activities of the security forces was taking place in the country, “because on the 24th (February, the first day of the Russian military operation.— RBC) some representatives of various law enforcement agencies then share instead of protecting your people.
In addition, the Ukrainian edition of Telegraf, citing sources in mid-August, reported that the head of state plans to dismiss the commander-in-chief of the country's armed forces, Major General Valery Zaluzhny. According to the publication, Alexander Sirsky, the commander of the ground forces of the Armed Forces, can head the Armed Forces instead of Zaluzhny.
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