Oleksandr Kava, a former transport adviser to the head of the Kyiv city administration, has been appointed as Ukraine’s Deputy Minister of Infrastructure, the Interfax Ukraine news agency reports.

Kava himself announced his appointment to the news agency.

As Ukrainian News earlier reported, Kava was appointed as an adviser to the mayor of Kiev this year. Previously, he was the coordinator of reform the Ukrainian transport sector at the Center for Coordination of Economic Reforms under former president Viktor Yanukovych.

As reported, Volodymyr Omelian, the chief of staff of the Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers, was appointed as the Deputy Minister of Infrastructure in December. Volodymyr Shulmeister, a former general director of the Foxtrot group, may be appointed as the First Deputy Minister of Infrastructure.

Andrii Pyvovarskyi was appointed as the Minister of Infrastructure on December 2 during the formation of the new Cabinet of Ministers. He previously headed the Continuum group, which manages assets in the petroleum products, agriculture, and other areas.