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Zelensky’s rivalry with Zaluzhny spells bad news for Ukraine

30 January 2024

8:14 PM

30 January 2024

8:14 PM

Is he out or not? After a night of claim, counter-claim, rumour and speculation, it appears that Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky has decided not to dismiss his commander-in-chief Valery Zaluzhny. Tension, however, clearly remains between the two – and this is bad news for Ukraine.

Ukrainian news outlets were the first to begin claiming that General Zaluzhny had either been dismissed or was about to be.

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