The Cabinet of Ministers dismissed Buslavets: the Ministry of Energy is headed by Boyko

Vasyl Mokan, People's Deputy of Ukraine, Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Committee on Youth and Sports, wrote on his Facebook page that at today's extraordinary meeting, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dismissed Olha Buslavets from the post of interim Minister of Energy of Ukraine.

He also said that Yurii Mykolayovych Boyko (Deputy Minister of Energy) was appointed as the interim Head of the Ministry.

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Also, orders signed by Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal about the dismissal of Olha Buslavets and the appointment of Yurii Boyko were published on the governmental website.

Recall that in mid-April, the Cabinet of Ministers appointed Olha Buslavets first Deputy Minister of Energy and Environmental Protection and Acting Minister.

As reported, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine had appointed Yurii Boyko Deputy Minister of Energy and Environmental Protection in May.

It is noted that Yurii Boyko is a power engineer by profession, has been working in the energy sector for 25 years. Before his appointment, he worked as Deputy Director for Economics and Finance of SC Energorynok.

Yurii Boyko graduated from the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute in 1995 with a degree in Automatic Control of Electric Power Systems. His qualification is an electrical engineer. He also graduated from the International Institute of Management and Ivan Franko Lviv National University.

He has been working in a specialty in senior positions in the energy industry since 2003. From November 2012 to October 2014, he worked in Chernihiv – acting Chairman of the Board, and then Chairman of the Board of JSC Chernihivoblenergo.

From October 2014 to May 2020, he worked as Deputy Director for Economics and Finance at SC Energorynok.

Tags: The Cabinet of Ministers, legislation, Top management, Shmyhal, Buslavets, The Ministry of Energy

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