Ukraine’s War of Change: Purging Officials and Governors in Biggest Shakeup Yet

In a dramatic move, Ukraine has launched a major shakeup of its government, purging officials and governors in the country.

The move, which was announced by President Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday, is the biggest change to the Ukrainian government since the onset of the war in 2014.

The shakeup includes the replacement of the country’s Prime Minister, Oleksiy Honcharuk, who has been replaced by Denys Shmyhal.

In addition, the country’s regional governors have been replaced with new appointees.

The changes are being seen as a sign of Zelensky’s commitment to reform and modernize the government, as well as a signal that he is serious about tackling corruption in the country.

The shakeup also comes as Ukraine is facing increased pressure from Russia over the conflict in the east of the country.

The changes are likely to be welcomed by the international community, which has been calling for reforms in Ukraine for some time.

It remains to be seen how the changes will affect the ongoing conflict in the east of the country, but it is clear that Zelensky is determined to make a change.