The Committee for the Appointment of Managers of Enterprises of Particular Importance to the Economy is accelerating its pace of work. The plans include an active schedule for resolving personnel issues to ensure the effective functioning of important state-owned companies. First Deputy Prime Minister - Minister of Economy of Ukraine Oleksiy Lyubchenko announced on July 19.
That day, a regular meeting of the Committee for the Appointment of Managers of Enterprises of Particular Importance to the Economy took place. The members of the Committee selected representatives from the state to the supervisory boards of PJSC Ukrhydroenergo and NPC Ukrenergo. During the meeting, the candidates voiced their vision of the development of companies, taking into account their competencies, and had a question-and-answer session from members and independent experts of the Committee.
It should be noted that state representatives are heard on an equal footing with candidates for independent members. "The state is primarily interested in its representatives on supervisory boards to be professional, impartial, have an impeccable reputation and appropriate qualifications," told Oleksiy Lyubchenko.
The meeting was attended by First Deputy Prime Minister - Minister of Economy of Ukraine Oleksiy Lyubchenko, First Deputy Minister of Energy of Ukraine Yuriy Vlasenko, Deputy Minister of Finance of Ukraine Yuriy Draganchuk, IMF Resident Representative in Ukraine Vahram Stepanyan, Business Ombudsman of Ukraine Marcin Święcicki, EBRD Deputy Chair in Ukraine Iryna Kravchenko, Economist of the IMF Office in Ukraine Maria Chebanova.
As was reported earlier on July 6, 2021, a meeting of the Committee for the Appointment of Managers of Enterprises of Particular Importance to the Economy was held, during which independent members of the Supervisory Board and representatives from the state were selected for JSC "Mahistralni Gazoprovody Ukrayiny" (Main Gas Pipelines of Ukraine – ed. ).