The Verkhovna Rada dismissed Oleksandr Kubrakov from the post of Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine and immediately appointed him as Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Infrastructure and Regional Development.
Yaroslav Zheleznyak, People’s Deputy from the “Golos” faction, reported this to telegrams, reports Ukrinform.
According to him, 242 deputies supported Kubrakov’s dismissal.
At the same time, 263 parliamentarians voted for the appointment. Zheleznyak added that Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal was present during the voting for the appointment of Kubrakov to the post of Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Infrastructure and Regional Development.
As reported by Ukrinform, on November 30 to the Verkhovna Rada Oleksandr Kubrakov’s application for dismissal was received from the post of Minister of Infrastructure, which he held since May 20, 2021.
Before that, Kubrakov headed the State Agency of Motor Roads (Ukravtodor).
Previously, he worked in marketing during 2004-2011, in particular at the companies “Priocom”, “Kyivstar” and “Finance and Credit”. In different years, he held the positions of the mayor’s adviser in the KMDA, the head of the project office of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, the head of the telecommunications and IT sector in the Office of Effective Regulation.