Previously, President Volodymyr Zelensky had offered to appoint Dzheppar as first deputy foreign minister.
Emine Dzheppar / Photo by UNIAN
The Cabinet of Ministers, the Ukrainian government, appointed Emine Dzheppar as first deputy foreign minister.
“The Cabinet of Ministers has appointed Dzheppar, Emine Aiyarivna, first deputy foreign minister,” European Solidarity faction MP Oleksiy Honcharenko wrote on Telegram on Wednesday at a government meeting.
In turn, Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba presented the areas of responsibility of the newly appointed Deputy Foreign Minister.
“The government has just appointed Emine Dzheppar as first deputy foreign minister. The team has been reconstituted with a strong player. Emine will oversee the following areas: public diplomacy; international organizations; state protocol; Crimea”, Kuleba wrote on Facebook. .
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“But the first deputy is, of course, about a lot more things, and it is the diplomatic life that will pose additional tasks. I reasonably expect dynamism, consistency and results in all directions,” he said. he added.
Previously, President Volodymyr Zelensky had offered to appoint Dzheppar as first deputy foreign minister. He said representatives of the Crimean Tatars should be represented at the highest diplomatic level.