The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine appointed Olha Buslavets First Deputy and acting Minister of Energy and Environmental Protection. This was reported on the governmental portal.
Buslavets’s candidacy for the post of minister was introduced at an extraordinary meeting of the Verkhovna Rada on March 30, but then this issue was removed from the agenda at the last moment. She was the main candidate.
Olha Buslavets graduated from Donetsk National Technical University.
From April 2005 to February 2020 she worked at the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine, where she held the position of Director General of the Directorate of Energy Markets.
She also held the position of member of the Supervisory Board of Ukrhydroenergo.
Previously, Vitalii Shubin held the position of acting Minister of Energy.
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