Lozhkin dismissed, the new head of the AP – rainin

Ложкин уволен, новый глава АП - Райнин

He will remain an adviser to the President.

The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko dismissed head of the presidential Administration Boris Lozhkin.

Poroshenko thanked Lozhkin’s work, and said that was not wrong with its purpose.

Lozhkin will remain an adviser to the President and will become head of the Investment Council under the President.

“I made the decision that we delegate Boris Paton is a very important direction”, – said Poroshenko at the meeting of the National Council of reforms in Kyiv.

Borys Lozhkin was appointed to the post of head of the presidential Administration in June 2014.

Coordinated the creation of a “sustainable development Strategy “Ukraine-2020” and the preparation of parliamentary Coalition agreement after the elections in 2014.

Lozhkin also oversaw the process of legal deprivation of Prosecutor’s office of functions of General supervision, the establishment of the National anti-corruption Bureau, functioning of the Council for judicial reform, was engaged in reforming processes.

For the post of Deputy head of the National Council of reforms has coordinated the process of reforming the country in the sphere of defense and law enforcement bodies, deregulation of the gas industry, public procurement, fight against corruption, tax and other spheres.

Boris Lozhkin is called the ideologist of attracting foreign reformers to work in government positions in Ukraine.

The new head of the Administration appointed the head of Kharkiv regional state administration, Igor rainin.

“Decree on the appointment I will sign today… after the Cabinet meeting, which will decide on the head of the regional state administration”, – said the President.

Rainio 43 years. In 1997 he graduated from the Kharkov aviation Institute. Zhukovsky, specialty Engine and power installations of space vehicles”, qualification – engineer-mechanic. In 2000 graduated from the Kharkov branch of the National Academy of public administration under the President of Ukraine, master’s degree in public administration. PhD in public administration.

From 17 November 2014 to 3 February 2015, Deputy head of the presidential administration of Ukraine.

3 February 2015 – the head of Kharkiv regional state administration.

In may 2016 the Cabinet of Ministers called the Kharkiv region “the most successful region in the country” according to the results of monitoring of socio-economic development of regions.
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