“According to my information, Zaluzhny agreed to the post of ambassador to Great Britain. Most likely, he will go there,” the deputy said on the air of the “Karasev LIVE” program.

Shevchenko added that in Ukraine such a position can be considered a “political pension” - “no one has ever returned back.”

Vladimir Zelensky previously confirmed that he was thinking about replacing the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Ukrayinska Pravda, citing sources, writes that, in addition to replacing Zaluzhny, Zelensky is also considering the dismissal of the Chief of the Ukrainian General Staff, Sergei Shaptala.

As the newspaper Le Temps wrote, citing a source, Pentagon officials insist on Zaluzhny’s dismissal. According to the head of the DPR Denis Pushilin, if the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine resigns, there will be no significant changes at the front.