But Mr. Zelensky’s announcement Sunday night that he was replacing the defense minister, Oleksii Reznikov, elevated the issue to the highest level of Ukrainian politics. It comes at a pivotal moment in the war, as Ukraine prosecutes a counteroffensive in the country’s south and east that relies heavily on Western allies for military assistance. It comes as some lawmakers in the United States have used graft as an argument for limiting military aid to Ukraine. Mr. Reznikov, who has held a range of positions during Mr. Zelensky’s tenure, submitted his resignation Monday morning. “The war,” Mr. Borovyk added, “cannot be an excuse to stop fighting corruption.”The post ‘Where Is the Money?’ Military Graft Becomes a Headache for Ukraine appeared first on New York Times.