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. He resigned in connection with Leonid Kuchma's re-election for a new term. He is a former leader of the People's Democratic Party of Ukraine.
|6th Prime Minister of Ukraine|
16 July 1997 – 30 November 1999
|Preceded by||Pavlo Lazarenko|
|Succeeded by||Viktor Yushchenko|
|Minister of Cabinet of Ukraine|
April 1993 – September 1993
|Prime Minister||Leonid Kuchma|
|Preceded by||Anatoliy Lobov|
|Succeeded by||Ivan Dotsenko|
July 1994 – July 1997
|Preceded by||Ivan Dotsenko|
|Succeeded by||Anatoliy Tolstoukhov|
|Minister of Transportation|
9 June 2001 – 2002
|Prime Minister||Anatoliy Kinakh|
|Preceded by||Leonid Kostyuchenko|
|Succeeded by||Heorhiy Kirpa|
|Born||23 February 1947|
Adamivka, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
(now part of Berezanka, Ukraine)
|Political party||People's Democratic Party|
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