Oleksandr Kotsyuba, the head of state-run company Antonov, which recently entered the Ukroboronprom consortium, resigned. The enterprise’s official website reported that on Tuesday evening.
‘The company’s president successfully managed Ukraine’s leading aircraft engineering enterprise for over a year. During this period, Antonov successfully launched new transport aircraft An-132D, improved its position on the world’s market and extended the range of international partnership,’ the message says.
The company added that Kotsyuba decided to get back to private business.
‘We appreciate his fruitful work as the manager of Ukraine’s leader in aircraft engineering and wish him luck in further business projects,’ Ukroboronprom concluded.