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Servant of People faction announces changes in composition of state bodies

Source : 112 Ukraine

Vadym Prystaiko, Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, will be appointed as Ukraine's ambassador to the United Kingdom
14:20, 2 June 2020

Verkhovna Rada
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Servant of the People faction has announced changes in the composition of the government and parliamentary committees. This was announced by Deputy Head of faction Yevhenia Kravchuk on her Facebook page.

According to Kravchuk, the candidacy of Oleksandr Tkachenko, Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Humanitarian and Information Policy, will be considered for the post of the Minister of Culture.

The faction supported the candidacy of constitutional scientist Viktor Kichun for the vacant position in the Constitutional Court from the Verkhovna Rada.

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"We have been informed that Vadym Prystaiko will be sent to work as Ukraine's ambassador to the United Kingdom. On the one hand, this is a loss for the Cabinet of Ministers, but we are forced to do so, given the transformations that are currently taking place in the European Union," she said.

Olha Stefanishyna will fill the vacancy of Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration.

As we reported earlier, Deputy Head of the President’s Office Yulia Kovaliv held a meeting with the business representatives concerning the developments of the legislative initiatives on the improvement of the tax legislation.

Head of Executive Committee of Reforms Mikheil Saakashvili, Head of Verkhovna Rada Committee on Finances, Tax, and Customs Policy Danylo Hetmansev, representatives of the Finance Ministry, State Revenue Service and the biggest Ukrainian business associations attended the meeting.

Related: MPs from Servant of People party use state budget costs to rent dwelling

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