Ukrainian president appoints new ambassadors to Bulgaria and Algeria
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed decrees appointing Ukraine's ambassadors to Algeria and Bulgaria and dismissing the head of the Ukrainian Embassy in Sofia.
According to decree No. 203/2018, which was published on the website of the head of the Ukrainian state on Friday, Maksym Subkh was appointed Ukraine's ambassador to the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria.
According to other decrees (Nos. 201/2018 and 202/2018), Poroshenko dismissed Ukraine's Ambassador to Bulgaria Mykola Baltazhy and appointed Vitaliy Moskalenko as head of the Ukrainian diplomatic mission in this country.