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Iuliia Mendel was born on 3 September, 1986 in Heniches'k, Ukraine, is a journalist, spokeswoman. At 34 years old, Iuliia Mendel height not available right now. We will update Iuliia Mendel's height soon as possible.

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Occupation journalist, spokeswoman
Age 34 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 3 September 1986
Birthday 3 September
Birthplace Heniches'k, Ukraine
Nationality Ukraine

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Mendel won a competition for press secretary that was announced by Zelensky on 30 April 2019. Winning from 4,000 other contestants, Mendel was appointed on 3 June 2019.

Ukrainian journalists called for Mendel to resign after a series of incidents when a presidential spokeswoman pushed reporters away from officials, trying to prevent them from asking questions. Journalists of Radio Free Europe have complained Mendel "shoved them away" when trying to approach President Zelensky. Mendel denied pushing the journalist, saying she was trying to protect Zelensky’s "personal space".

Mendel had worked as a journalist, and was a coauthor with Kenneth Vogel of an article published in The New York Times on 1 May 2019. The article

The fact that the NYTs acted as a willing agent for the Trump White House’s lies and defended the paper’s publishing of them, makes this even more eyebrow raising. Have folks learned ANYTHING from the last presidential election?

In June 2019, CNN released a story about the conflict of interest of Ms. Mendel, who wrote a story for The New York Times in May while she was a candidate for the government position and kept it secret from the newspaper that she applied for the position. According to Ari Isaacman Bevacqua, a spokesperson for The Times, "had Mendel informed editors of her job application, they would not have given her that assignment, and we would have stopped working with her immediately given this serious conflict of interest".

I hadn’t paid a bribe in my home country until it was time to defend my doctoral dissertation. I tucked $200 in page six of my manuscript before I handed it to my adviser. His department colleagues insisted on the illicit practice when I complained that my professor refused to touch my thesis for more than three weeks. The deadline was approaching.

Now I watched as my esteemed professor of modern Ukrainian literature thumbed through the pages. My face turned red with shame but I’ll never forget what he said when he found what he was looking for: “Now I see it. Your work is good.”


detailed how in 2016, then-Vice President Biden successfully pushed Ukraine to oust Viktor Shokin, the country’s top prosecutor who’d been criticized by the U.S. as an impediment to corruption reform. The story suggested the possibility that Biden was motivated to push for Shokin’s removal because the prosecutor investigated the head of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian energy company where the veep’s son Hunter Biden was a board member.

In 2016, Mendel published an op-ed for Politico Europe revealing rampant corruption in Ukrainian higher education. To demonstrate how corruption worked in reality she described her own case: