Bush Picks New Envoy To Ukraine

WASHINGTON, DC -- William Taylor is being nominated by United States President George Bush to replace John Herbst as U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine.

William Taylor

In a May 1 statement, the White House said Bush announced he would submit Taylor’s nomination to the Senate for approval. Taylor’s chances of approval are high, as the Republicans hold a majority in the Senate.

Taylor’s area of responsibility has been the Middle East over the last several years. He headed the Iraqi Reconstruction Management Office in 2004-2005 and worked as the Afghanistan Coordinator in the Department of State prior to that.

Earlier, since 1992, Taylor oversaw the U.S. Government’s agencies providing assistance to 27 states of the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.

In March, John Herbst, who has served as U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine since 2003, was appointed Coordinator of the Office for Reconstruction and Development within the U.S. Department of State. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said recently that Herbst would begin his new job later this spring.

The U.S. Embassy could not give an exact date for Herbst’s departure.

Source: Kyiv Post


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