Valeriy Pustovoitenko

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Valery Pustovoitenko
Minister of Cabinet of Ukraine
In office
April 1993 – September 1993
Prime Minister Leonid Kuchma
In office
July 1994 – July 1997
Prime Minister Vitaliy Masol
Yevhen Marchuk
Pavlo Lazarenko
6th Prime Minister of Ukraine
In office
16 July 1997 – 30 November 1999
President Leonid Kuchma
Preceded by Pavlo Lazarenko
Succeeded by Viktor Yushchenko
Advisor to the President
In office
2000–2001
President Leonid Kuchma
Minister of Transportation
In office
9 June 2001 – 2002
Prime Minister Anatoliy Kinakh
Personal details
Born (1947-02-23) 23 February 1947 (age 67)
village of Adamivka,
Berezanskyi Raion,
Mykolaiv Oblast,
Ukrainian SSR

Valery Pustovoitenko (born 23 February 1947) was confirmed as prime minister of Ukraine on 16 July 1997. Pustovoitenko was Ukraine's eighth prime minister.[1] He resigned in connection with Leonid Kuchma's re-election for a new term.[2] He is a former leader of the People's Democratic Party of Ukraine.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Zviglyanich, Volodymyr (12 September 1997). "WHAT ROLE DOES UKRAINE'S NEW PRIME MINISTER PLAY IN PRESIDENT'S KUCHMA'S GAME PLAN?". Prism Volume: 3 Issue: 14. Washington, DC: Jamestown Foundation. 
  2. ^ Neilan, Terence (15 December 1999). "World Briefing". The New York Times (New York, New York: The New York Times Company). pp. A14. Retrieved 22 January 2010. 
  3. ^ Kuzio, Taras (18 July 2004). "Former Party-of-power Divided Over Supporting Yanukovych". Eurasia Daily Monitor 1 (54). 
Political offices
Preceded by
Viktor Bannikov
Presidents of FFU
1996–2000
Succeeded by
Hryhoriy Surkis
Preceded by
Vasyl Durdynets
Prime Minister of Ukraine
1997–1999
Succeeded by
Viktor Yushchenko