Taras Kutovy, the minister of agrarian policy of Ukraine, has officially resigned. Abandoning his office, the official thanked his comrades in the government, the parliamentary faction he had served with, and shared his plans for the near future.
‘A minister’s choice to leave is the perfectly natural way for any Europan country, and a common worldwide practice. I step down with gratitude for all the trust – from agrarians, MPs from parliamentary coalition and Petro Poroshenko’s Bloc, members of the Parliament’s agrarian committee, President Petro Poroshenko, Premier Volodymyr Groysman, UDAR parliamentary group and personally Vitali Klitschko!,’ Kutovy posted at Facebook.
According to the official, he’s going to focus on bringing investments into the national economy. ‘I guess I’ve got enough knowledge, energy and resources to make for Ukraine even more,’ he concluded.
Taras Kutovy has served in the office since April 2016. He’s the former member of UDAR party, MP and the first deputy head ofthe Parliament’s agrarian committee.
While serving as the Minister, Kutovy developed the plan of reformation of the agrarian industry sector. The plan included transparent land turnover, state support for farmers and privatization of the unprofitable state-run enterprises.