Yushchenko government

The Yushchenko Government was created after the 1999 Ukrainian presidential election and forced the previous Cabinet of Valeriy Pustovoitenko to resign on November 30, 1999.

On December 22, 1999, 296 deputies voted for the appointment of Viktor Yushchenko, governor of the National Bank of Ukraine, as Prime Minister of Ukraine. His new government was Ukraine's ninth since Ukraine gained its independence in August 1991. The first ministerial appointments of the new government were announced on December 30, 1999.

On April 28, 2001, the Cabinet was dismissed due to the vote of no confidence resolution adopted by the Supreme Council of Ukraine.


Office Name minister Party
Prime Minister Viktor Yushchenko
First Vice Prime Minister Yuriy Yekhanurov
Vice Prime Minister (on issues of the Fuel-Energy Complex) Yulia Tymoshenko
Vice Prime Minister Mykola Zhulynsky
Vice Prime Minister - Minister of Agro-Industrial Complex Mykhailo Hladiy
Vice Prime Minister (on issues of Industrial policy) Oleh Dubina
Minister of Internal Affairs Yuriy Kravchenko
Yuriy Smirnov
Minister of Economics Serhiy Tihipko
Vasyl Rohovyi
Minister of Fuel and Energy Serhiy Tulub
Serhiy Yermilov
Stanislav Stashevsky
Minister of Foreign Affairs Borys Tarasyuk
Anatoliy Zlenko
Minister of Healthcare Raisa Bogatyrova
Vitaly Moskalenko
Minister of Culture and Arts Bohdan Stupka
Minister of Defense Oleksandr Kuzmuk
Minister of Education and Science Vasyl Kremen
Minister of Labor and Social Policy Ivan Sakhan
Minister of Transport Leonid Kostyuchenko
Minister of Finance Ihor Mitiukov
Minister of Justice Suzanna Stanik
Minister of Agrarian Policy Ivan Kyrylenko
Minister of Emergencies and Population Protection from consequences of Chornobyl Catastrophe Vasyl Durdynets
Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources Ivan Zayats


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