He noted that the process of the change of the government should not influence the work of the ministry and should take place unnoticeably.
“It is important for our team that changes and reforms, which we succeeded to launch for six months of work (land market, launch of privatization, reform of state enterprises, creation of tools for attraction of investments and many others) to vanish without a trace and make them continue for the benefit of the people of Ukraine,” Kukhta wrote.
Pavlo Kukhta became the first deputy minister of the economy in September 2019. Earlier he was running to the Verkhovna Rada from Holos party.
Since 2015, he was a member of the supervisory board of the index of the monitoring of reforms, assistants of the lawmakers, adviser of the finance minister. Soon, he became the adviser of former PM Volodymyr Groysman.
Since 2016, Kukhta also occupied the position of the deputy head of the Strategic group of advisors on support of the reforms and expert group of fiscal reform of the intensive package of the reforms.