Today, September 4, 2019, with its decision the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine appointed Iryna Vereshchuk as a Government Representative in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
“The Government has excellent relations with the Parliament and we believe that the Parliament and the Government - we must develop synergy in work as one team to improve the lives of ordinary Ukrainian citizens. We would like to ensure the MPs be involved in the policy-making, the drafting of bills at the stage when they are emerging in the Government, and we are now engaging in the organizational steps to achieve that. We have already agreed on the general principles of interaction between the Government and the Parliament and I think that our cooperation and work will be as effective as possible”, comments the decision Prime Minister of Ukraine Oleksiy Honcharuk.
Born in 1979 in Lviv region.
She has three higher education diplomas in international information (2002), law (2006), public administration (2010), and a diploma with honors of the Lane Kirkland Scholarship Program of the Polish-American Freedom Foundation. During 2015-2016 she studied at the National School of Public Administration (Poland).
Iryna Vereshchuk has extensive experience in management positions. In particular, she was the deputy chairman of the Zhovka Regional State Administration in Lviv region, the mayor of the city of Rava-Ruska in the Zhovkva district of Lviv region (2010-2015). Since 2016 - President of the International Center for Black Sea-Baltic Studies and Consensus Practices. Center for Political Dialogue.
Candidate of Sciences in Public Administration, Associate Professor of the Department of Political Science, Public Administration and Administration of the Faculty of Political Science and Law of the National Pedagogical University named after M.P. Dragomanov, Professor, Department of General and Applied Psychology, Institute of Ecology, Economics and Law.
She is author of a series of research articles and publications. She has several state awards.