Ukraine's Rada accepts Agrarian Minister Kutovyi's resignation 1.5 years after submission Kutovyi submitted a letter of resignation on May 23, 2017.
11:32, 23 November 2018
Week’s milestones. President’s third anniversary, restless Lutsenko, and surprise for prime minister <p>Petro Poroshenko marked the triennium of his victory in the first round of Ukraine’s presidential elections. Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko intends to keep going after corrupt officials of different stripes, no matter what fate awaits them in courts. The Verkhovna Rada seemed to have finally awoken by passing language quotas for TV broadcasts but then again returned to a state of half-hibernation. Yulia Tymoshenko is desperate to remain in a public focus. Agrarian minister Taras Kutovyi’s resignation move became an unpleasant surprise for PM Volodymyr Groysman.</p>
20:30, 29 May 2017
Week’s balance: production decline, IMF advice, and agrarian minister’s farewell <p>The IMF mission completed its work in Kyiv, announcing priority tasks for the Ukrainian authorities to secure continued lending program; the country's industrial output expectedly shrank as a result of the trade blockade of Donbas and the confiscation of Ukrainian assets by the occupier forces; the National Bank relaxed some forex restrictions; while agrarian minister Taras Kutovyi stepped down from post. These are the main economic news of the outgoing week.</p>
12:40, 27 May 2017
PM Groysman comments on resignation of Ukraine's agriculture minister <p>Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman regrets the decision of Ukraine's Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food Taras Kutovyi to resign and is ready to start consultations with MPs on the appointment of a new minister, according to his statement made at a government meeting on Wednesday, May 24.</p>
15:20, 24 May 2017