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Ukraine’s Zelenskyy dismisses German ambassador Andriy Melnyk

The Ukrainian president said restationing Andriy Melnyk was a "normal" part of diplomatic practice. But it comes after Melnyk defended Ukrainian ultranationalist Stepan Bandera, angering Poland and Israel.

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