Mykola Azarov

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Mykola Azarov
Микола Азаров
Mykola Azarov 27 April 2010-1.jpeg
14th Prime Minister of Ukraine
In office
11 March 2010 – 28 January 2014
PresidentViktor Yanukovych
DeputyAndriy Klyuyev
Valeriy Khoroshkovskyi
Serhiy Arbuzov
Preceded byYulia Timoshenko
Succeeded bySerhiy Arbuzov (Acting)
In office
5 January 2005 – 24 January 2005
Acting
PresidentLeonid Kuchma
Preceded byViktor Yanukovych
Succeeded byYulia Tymoshenko
In office
7 December 2004 – 28 December 2004
Acting
PresidentLeonid Kuchma
Preceded byViktor Yanukovych
Succeeded byViktor Yanukovych
Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine
In office
4 August 2006 – 18 December 2007
Prime MinisterViktor Yanukovych
Preceded byStanislav Stashevsky
Succeeded byOleksandr Turchynov
In office
26 November 2002 – 3 February 2005
Prime MinisterViktor Yanukovych
Yulia Tymoshenko
Preceded byOleh Dubyna
Succeeded byAnatoliy Kinakh
Minister of Finance
In office
4 August 2006 – 18 December 2007
Prime MinisterViktor Yanukovych
Preceded byViktor Pynzenyk
Succeeded byViktor Pynzenyk
In office
26 November 2002 – 3 February 2005
Prime MinisterViktor Yanukovych
Yulia Tymoshenko
Preceded byIhor Yushko
Succeeded byViktor Pynzenyk
Personal details
BornNikolai Yanovich Pakhlo
(1947-12-17) 17 December 1947 (age 70)
Kaluga, Soviet Union
(now Russia)
Political partyCivic Congress of Ukraine (1992)
Party of Labor (1992–2001)
Party of Regions (2001–present)
Spouse(s)Lyudmyla Azarova
ChildrenAlexei
Alma materMoscow State University

Mykola Yanovych Azarov (Ukrainian: Мико́ла Я́нович Аза́ров, Mykola Yanovych Azarov; Russian: Никола́й Я́нович Азaров, Nikolay Yanovich Azarov; né Pakhlo; Cyrillic: Пахло; born 17 December 1947) is a Ukrainian politician.[1][2] He was the Prime Minister of Ukraine from 11 March 2010 to 27 January 2014.[3] He was the First Vice Prime Minister and Finance Minister from 2002 to 2005 and again from 2006 to 2007.

Azarov was born in Kaluga on 17 December 1947 in the Russian SFSR, Soviet Union, to a mixed Estonian-Russian family.[4][5]

References[change | change source]

  1. Янукович припинив членство у Партії регіонів: Новини УНIАН
  2. "Yanukovych suspends his membership in Party of Regions, hands over party leadership to Azarov". Kyiv Post. 3 March 2010.
  3. "Ukraine's PM Azarov and government resign". BBC News. 28 January 2014. Retrieved 28 January 2014.
  4. "Познер. Гость в студии – Николай Азаров". 1 канал. Retrieved 29 June 2012.
  5. (Ukrainian) Азаров виявився наполовину естонцем, TSN (6 October 2011)

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