First Lady of Ukraine

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First Lady of Ukraine
Тернопіль - «Місто професій» - Марина Порошенко - 15095664.jpg
Incumbent
Maryna Poroshenko

since June 7, 2014
Inaugural holder Antonina Kravchuk
Formation August 24, 1991

First Lady of Ukraine is the unofficial title attributed to the wife of the President of Ukraine. The post is highly ceremonial and rarely plays a role in social activism.

List[edit]

#
Image
First Lady
Education Birth Marriage
President
(Husband, unless noted)
Tenure began
Age at tenure start Tenure ended Length of retirement
Death Lifespan
1 Antonina-kravchuk-so-svoim-muzhem-leonidom-foto-fashion-week-daily rect 577a3cd38e7dd54d7093179741d15dcc cr.jpg Antonina Kravchuk
(née Mishura)
Candidate of Economical Sciences
Kiev State University
(1935-11-03)November 3, 1935 Leonid Kravchuk 1991 56 years, 32 days 1994 8,833 days 30,276 days (82 years, 325 days)
2 Lyudmyla Kuchma.jpg Lyudmyla Kuchma
(née Talalayeva)
Mechanical engineer
Votkinsk Machine-building College
(1940-06-19)June 19, 1940 1967[1] Leonid Kuchma 1994 54 years, 30 days 2005 4,992 days 28,586 days (78 years, 97 days)
3 Kateryna Yushchenko2.jpg Kateryna Yushchenko
(née Chumachenko)
Master of Business Administration
University of Chicago
(1961-09-01)September 1, 1961 1998 Viktor Yushchenko 2005 43 years, 144 days 2010 3,133 days 20,842 days (57 years, 23 days)
4 Lyudmila Yanukovych.JPG Lyudmyla Yanukovych
(née Nastenko)
Civil engineer
Makiivka Civil Engineering Institute
(1949-10-09)October 9, 1949 November 1972[2][3] Viktor Yanukovych 2010 60 years, 139 days 2014 1,675 days 25,187 days (68 years, 350 days)
footnote 18-4a0c7 cr.jpg Hanna Turchynova
(née Beliba)
Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences
Kyiv Linguistic University
(1970-04-01)April 1, 1970 Oleksandr Turchynov 2014 43 years, 327 days 2014 1,570 days 17,708 days (48 years, 176 days)
5 Тернопіль - «Місто професій» - Марина Порошенко - 15095664.jpg Maryna Poroshenko
(née Perevedentseva)
Candidate of Medical Sciences
Kiev Medical Institute
(1962-02-01)February 1, 1962 1984 Petro Poroshenko 2014 52 years, 126 days 20,689 days (56 years, 235 days)

List of spouses of leaders of the Ukrainian People's Republic[edit]

#
Image
First Lady
Education Birth Marriage
President
(Husband, unless noted)
Tenure began
Age at tenure start Tenure ended Length of retirement
Death Lifespan
1 Грушевська Марія Сільвестрівна.jpg Maria-Ivanna Hrushevska
(née Wojakiwska)
Lemberg Lyceum (1868-11-08)November 8, 1868 May 1896 Mykhailo Hrushevsky 1917[4] 48 years, 119 days 1918 11,101 days (1948-09-19)September 19, 1948 29,169 days (79 years, 316 days)
2 Oleksandra Skoropadska.jpg Oleksandra Skoropadska
(née Durnovo)
(1878-05-23)May 23, 1878 11 January 1898[5] Pavlo Skoropadsky 1918 39 years, 341 days 1918 12,434 days (1952-12-29)December 29, 1952 27,248 days (74 years, 220 days)
3 Rozalia Vinnychenko.JPG Rozalia Vynnychenko
(née Lifshitz)
Medical doctor
University of Sorbonne
(1886-07-26)July 26, 1886 28 March 1911 Volodymyr Vynnychenko 1918 32 years, 141 days 1919 14,603 days (1959-02-06)February 6, 1959 26,492 days (72 years, 195 days)
4 Дружина С.Петлюри з донькою.jpg Olha Petliura
(née Bilska)
Pryluky Gymnasium (1885-12-23)December 23, 1885 1910 Symon Petliura 1919 33 years, 52 days 1926 12,235 days (1959-11-23)November 23, 1959 26,997 days (73 years, 335 days)
5 Марія Лівицька з донькою Наталкою.jpg Mariya Livytska
(née Tkahenko)
Kyiv Gymnasium (1879-04-09)April 9, 1879 1901 Andriy Livytskyi 1926 1954
6 Меланія Витвицька1912.jpg Melaniya Vytvytska
(née Stelmah)
(1887-12-31)December 31, 1887 1910 Stepan Vytvytskyi 1954 1965
7 Helga Livytska
(née Weinzierl)
Mykola Livytskyi 1967 1989
8 Photo Yaroslava Plavyuk
(née Boyko)
June 1948[6] Mykola Plavyuk 1989 1992

List of spouses of First Secretary of the Communist Party of Ukraine[edit]

List of spouses of Hetman of Zaporizhian Host[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Leonid Kuchma
  2. ^ Wife and private life as a political factor. Part II. Ukrayinska Pravda. 13 August 2004
  3. ^ Ludmila Yanukovych. Dossier.
  4. ^ Hai-Nyzhnyk, P. Ukrainian Central Council. Pavlo Hai-Nyzhnyk website.
  5. ^ Kulyova, V. General's daughter. Khreshchatyk. 8 November 2002
  6. ^ Plavyuk, M. Ukraine is my life. From a son of peasant to statesman. Maria Fisher-Slyzh Library (Ukrainian life in Sevastopol).

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