The new Ukrainian government is here. Members of the newly shaped Ukrainian Parliament supported the new line-up of the Cabinet - on the very first plenary day, August 29.
Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk presented the team that ran for respective offices in the government; MPs voted to fire the previous government and then approved the composition of the new Cabinet.
The list of the new ministers is as follows:
Dmytro Kuleba - Vice Prime Minister for European and Atlantic integration;
Mykhailo Fedorov - Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine/Minister for Digital Transformation;
Tymofiy Milovanov - Minister of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture;
Oksana Markarova - Finance Minister;
Oleksiy Orzhel - Minister of Energy and Environment Protection;
Vladyslav Krykliy - Minister of Infrastructure;
Olena Babak - Minister of Development of Communities and Territories;
Anna Novosad - Minister of Education and Science;
Zoryana Skaletska (Chernenko) - Minister of Healthcare;
Volodymyr Borodiansky - Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports;
Yulia Sokolovska - Social Policy Minister;
Arsen Avakov - Minister of Internal Affairs;
Oksana Kolyada - Minister for Veterans' Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced People;
Dmytro Dubilet - Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers;
Denys Malyus'ka - Justice Minister.
Earlier, the Parliament approved Oleksiy Honcharuk as the Prime Minister, Andriy Zahorodniuk as Defense Minister, Vadym Prystaiko as Foreign Minister and Ivan Bakanov as the Head of the SBU, Ukraine's State Security Service.