Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada appointed three ministers – world
KIEV, November 4. / TASS /. The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on Thursday appointed Irina Vereshchuk Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Ukraine for the reintegration of the temporarily occupied territories.
Vereshchuk replaced Aleksei Reznikov in this post, who now heads Ukraine’s Defense Ministry.
Speaking to the Verkhovna Rada on Thursday, Vereshchuk said the Minsk agreements on the Donbass “are not a road map for disoccupation and reintegration”, although Kiev remains one of its signatories and does not refuse. its implementation. She added that she intends to participate in the work of the Contact Group on the settlement of the conflict in Donbass, but this decision falls within the competence of the senior leaders of the country.
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine supported the appointment of Pavel Ryabikin as Minister of Strategic Industries of Ukraine. The majority of MPs voted in favor of the decision on Thursday.
Ryabikin’s appointment became possible after parliament approved Oleg Urusky’s resignation the day before. Despite the fact that Urusky was also deputy prime minister of Ukraine, Ryabikin was not offered the post of deputy prime minister.
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine appointed Yulia Sviridenko First Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Economy of Ukraine. The majority of MPs voted in favor of the decision on Thursday.
Prior to this appointment, Sviridenko held the post of Deputy Head of the President’s Office, previously she was First Deputy Minister of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture, and in 2018 she was Governor of the Chernigov region.
In the new posts, Sviridenko replaced Alexei Lyubchenko, whose resignation was confirmed on Wednesday by the Verkhovna Rada.