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New faces: Who took up key offices in Ukrainian politics

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The newly elected Verkhovna Rada has begun its work, and new people came to take the offices in the country
12:00, 2 September 2019

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The newly elected Verkhovna Rada has begun its work, and new people came to take the offices in the country.

Dmytro Razumkov. Head of the Verkhovna Rada

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Dmytro Razumkov was born on October 8, 1983, in Berdychiv, Zhytomyr region.

He double-majored in International Economic Relations (graduated from the Kyiv Institute of International Relations) and Law (National University of the State Tax Service). Razumkov is married, he has two children.

He worked in the Ministry of Regional Development, the service of the Deputy Prime Minister, an adviser to the Chairman of the Kirovohrad Regional State Administration.

In 2006-2010, he was a member of the Party of Regions. He quit the party when Viktor Yanukovych won the 2010 presidential election. In 2010-2014, he worked with Serhiy Tihipko, candidate for the presidency.

Director of the Ukrainian political consulting group and political strategist at the headquarters of the candidate for the presidency of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky.

In May 2019, he headed the Servant of the People party.

Ruslan Stefanchuk. First Deputy Speaker of the Rada

Ruslan Stefanchuk, the Representative of the President in the Parliament
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Ruslan Stefanchuk was born on October 29, 1975, in Ternopil in a family of medicians. He double-majored in Jurisprudence and Production Management.

He has experience in the political life of the country. He worked as an assistant to the People’s Deputy from the Petro Poroshenko Bloc Anatoliy Matvienko, as well as Deputy Prime Minister Stepan Kubiv.

In 2011-2013, he has been heading the department of problems of development of national legislation at the Institute of Legislation of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.

Since May 21, 2019 - Advisor to the President, Representative of the President in the Verkhovna Rada. MP, member of Servant of the People party.

Olena Kondratyuk. Vice Speaker

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Olena Kondratyuk was born on November 17, 1970, in Lviv. In 1993, she graduated from the History Department of Lviv National University. Ivan Franco. Candidate of Historical Sciences.

MP of four convocations (VI, VII, VIII, IX) from Batkivshchyna party.

Ivan Bakanov. Head of Security Service (SBU)

Ivan Bakanov, ex-Head of Kvartal 95, head of Servant of the People party since 2017, First Deputy Head of Ukraine’s Security Service
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Ivan Bakanov was born on May 2, 1974, in Kryvy Rih, Dnipropetrovsk region. A childhood friend of Zelensky. Bakanov received his higher education at the Kyiv Academy of Labor, Social Relations and Tourism, graduated from the law faculty with a degree in advocacy and prosecution. Some sources report that Bakanov studied at the Kryvy Rih Economic Institute as an auditor.

Since January 25, 2013, Bakanov has been the head of Kvartal 95 LLC, and since December 27, 2013, he has been the head of Studio Kvartal-95 LLC.

From December 2, 2017, to May 27, 2019, he has been the chairman of Servant of the People party, and also led the headquarters of Zelensky during the election campaign.

On May 22, 2019, Bakanov was appointed first deputy head of the Security Service of Ukraine - head of the Main Directorate for Combating Corruption and Organized Crime of the Central Directorate of the Security Service of Ukraine. May 28, 2019, he became a member of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC).

On May 29, the SBU reported that from June 3, Ivan Bakanov would become acting head of the SBU. The reason was called that previous chairman of the SBU Vasyl Hrytsak was on vacation. Later it became known that a few days before the appointment, Bakanov was awarded the rank of lieutenant.

Cabinet of Ministers

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Prime Minister of Ukraine - Oleksiy Honcharuk

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine

Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Vadym Prystaiko.

Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

Ministry of Infrastructure - Vladyslav Krykliy.

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Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports - Volodymyr Borodyansky.

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Ministry of Defense - Andriy Zagorodniuk.

Ukraine's Minister of Education and Science Anna Novosad
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Ministry of Education and Science - Anna Novosad.

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Ministry of Health - Zoryana Skaletska (Chernenko).

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Ministry of Social Policy - Yulia Sokolovska.

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Oksana Markarova, Ukraine's Finance Minister
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Ministry of Finance - Oksana Markarova.

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Ministry of Justice - Denys Maliuska.

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Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers - Dmytro Dubilet.

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Minister for Veterans, Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine - Oksana Kolyada

Arsen Avakov, Ukraine's Internal Minister
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Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine - Arsen Avakov

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Minister of Development of Communities and Territories of Ukraine - Aliona Babak

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Minister of Energy and Environmental Protection of Ukraine - Oleksiy Orzhel

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Minister of Economic Development, Trade, and Agriculture - Tymofiy Milovanov

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Ukraine's presidential adviser Mykhailo Fedorov
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Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine - Minister of Digital Transformation - Mykhailo Fedorov

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Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration - Dmytro Kuleba

Ruslan Ryaboshapka. Attorney General

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Ruslan Ryaboshapka was born in Zelenohirske, Lyubashivsky district, Odesa region. In 1998, he graduated from the International Solomon University, law department.

In 1998 – 2001, Ruslan Ryaboshapka worked as a chief consultant to the Deputy Head of the Department of Law on Justice, Law Enforcement and Defense; Deputy Director of the Department of Legislation on Justice, Criminal and Procedural Law and Administrative Responsibility of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine; Deputy Head of the Department of the State Department of Ukraine for the Execution of Sentences.

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In 2001-2002 - Deputy Director of the Department of Legislation on Justice, Criminal Procedure and Administrative Responsibility of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine.

In February 2011 - October 2013 he has been holding the position of Deputy Director of the Department of Legal Support of the Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.

He was the head of the Department for Analysis of Anti-Corruption Policy at Transparency International Ukraine.

In 2019 worked as an advisor to presidential candidate Zelensky.

May 21, 2019, Ryaboshapka was appointed deputy head of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky. Chairman of the National Council for Anti-Corruption Policy (since June 25, 2019). On August 7, 2019, he became Co-Chair of the Legal Reform Commission.

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