The Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers decided at a meeting on 9 June to appoint two deputy ministers of infrastructure.

The Cabinet of Ministers decided to appoint Yurii Vaskov as the deputy minister of infrastructure and Hanna Yurchenko as the deputy minister of infrastructure for European integration.

As the CFTS reported, Member of Parliament Oleksii Honcharenko announced this in his telegram channel. In addition, according to him, the government relieved Volodymyr Buchko of the post of state secretary for the Ministry of Infrastructure.

Vaskov already served as a deputy minister of infrastructure, when the Ministry of Infrastructure was headed by Andrii Pyvovarskyi. Vaskov held this position from March 2015 to May 2016, and he was responsible for the development of the marine economy and the river industry. Before joining the Ministry of Infrastructure, he was the head of the Ukrainian Seaports Authority (USPA) and the acting first deputy head of the USPA.

Yurchenko previously headed the department of international cooperation at the State Road Agency (Ukravtodor). She is currently the head of the department of international cooperation and public procurement at Ukravtodor.