Vitold Fokin

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Vitold Fokin
Вітольд Фокін
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1st Prime Minister of Ukraine
In office
23 October 1990 – 1 October 1992
(acting until 24 August 1991)
PresidentLeonid Kravchuk
Preceded byVitaliy Masol (UkrSSR)
Succeeded byValentyn Symonenko (Acting)
State Planning Committee of Ukrainian SSR (DerzhPlan)
In office
July 1987 – 1990
Prime MinisterVitaliy Masol
Preceded byVitaliy Masol
Succeeded bypost liquidated
Director of the Pervomaiskvuhillya trest
Chief of the Sverdlovatratsyt kombinat
Personal details
Born (1932-10-25) 25 October 1932 (age 86)
Novomykolaivka, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Ukrainian SSR
Political partyIndependent
(until 1990 KP(b)U)
Spouse(s)Tomila Hryhoriivna
Children2
Alma materNational Mining University of Ukraine
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Vitold Pavlovych Fokin (Ukrainian: Віто́льд Па́влович Фо́кін; born 25 October 1932) is a Ukrainian politician. He was appointed first deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine in November 1991. After Vitaliy Masol was forced to resign Fokin was appointed Head of the Council of Ministers of Ukrainian SSR on 17 October 1990.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States 1999, Routledge, 1998, ISBN 1857430581 (page 850)