Valeriy Pustovoitenko

Valeriy Pavlovych Pustovoitenko (Ukrainian: Валерій Павлович Пустовойтенко; born 23 February 1947) is a Ukrainian politician who served as prime minister of Ukraine from 1997 to 1999.[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]

Valeriy Pustovoitenko
Валерій Пустовойтенко
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6th Prime Minister of Ukraine
In office
16 July 1997 – 30 November 1999
PresidentLeonid Kuchma
Preceded byPavlo Lazarenko
Succeeded byViktor Yushchenko
Minister of Cabinet of Ukraine
In office
April 1993 – September 1993
PresidentLeonid Kravchuk
Prime MinisterLeonid Kuchma
Preceded byAnatoliy Lobov
Succeeded byIvan Dotsenko
In office
July 1994 – July 1997
Prime Minister
Preceded byIvan Dotsenko
Succeeded byAnatoliy Tolstoukhov
Minister of Transportation
In office
9 June 2001 – 2002
PresidentLeonid Kuchma
Prime MinisterAnatoliy Kinakh
Preceded byLeonid Kostyuchenko
Succeeded byHeorhiy Kirpa
Personal details
Born (1947-02-23) 23 February 1947 (age 76)
Adamivka, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
(now part of Berezanka, Ukraine)
Political partyPeople's Democratic Party


  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. 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).
Sporting positions
Preceded by President of the Football Federation of Ukraine
Succeeded by
Political offices
Preceded by Prime Minister of Ukraine
Succeeded by