Kryklii is the Minister of Infrastructure
30 August 2019, 09:45
Vladyslav Kryklii has experience in investment banking. Photo: fakty.com.ua
On Thursday evening, the Verkhovna Rada of the ninth convocation supported candidacies for the posts of members of the new Cabinet of Ministers proposed by the newly appointed Prime Minister Oleksii Honcharuk on behalf of the parliamentary coalition (Servant of the People faction).
According to Interfax-Ukraine, 281 members of parliament voted for the corresponding decision at the meeting.
Vladyslav Kryklii was appointed for the post of Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine in the new composition of the Cabinet of Ministers.
Vladyslav Kryklii was born on November 23, 1986. In 2009, he graduated from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv with a degree in Finance (qualification - Master of Economics). In 2015, he received a Ph.D. in Economics. In 2014-2015, he worked as an adviser of the Minister of Interior Affairs on implementation of information technology. In 2015, he was Deputy Head of the Department of Traffic Police of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine and Chairman of the Main Service Centre of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. Prior to joining the Ministry of Internal Affairs, he worked in investment banking as well as in the Tickets.ua Company, which automates processes of electronic payments.
Previously, media predicted appointment of Kryklii as a Minister of Infrastructure.
In addition, the new government includes:
Dmytro Kuleba — Deputy Prime Minister in Charge of European and Euro-Atlantic Integration;
Mykhailo Fedorov — Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Digital Transformation
Tymofii Mylovanov — Minister of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture;
Oksana Markarova — Minister of Finance of Ukraine;
Oleksii Orzhel — Minister of Energy and Environmental Protection of Ukraine;
Olena Babak — Minister of Development of Local Communities of Ukraine;
Hanna Novosad — Minister of Education of Ukraine;
Zoriana Skaletska (Chernenko) – Minister of Healthcare of Ukraine;
Volodymyr Borodianskyi — Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports of Ukraine ;
Yuliia Sokolovska — Minister of Social Policy of Ukraine;
Arsen Avakov — Minister of Interior Affairs of Ukraine;
Denys Maliuska — Minister of Justice of Ukraine;
Oksana Koliada (Havryliuk) — Minister for Veterans, Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine;
Dmytro Dubilet — Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers.
Previously, on the proposal of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyi, the Parliament appointed Vadym Prystaiko as the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Andrii Zahorodniuk – as the Minister of Defence of Ukraine.
In the new Cabinet of Ministers the following ministries have been merged: Ministry of Economy and Ministry of Agrarian Policy, Ministry of Energy and Ministry of Ecology, Ministry of Veterans and Ministry of Temporarily Occupied Territories, Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Youth and Sports.
Earlier on Thursday, the Verkhovna Rada appointed Oleksii Homcharuk to the post of Prime Minister of Ukraine.