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Dmitry Kuleba

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Dmitry Kuleba

Ukraine's Foreign Minister

Place of birth

Born on April 19, 1981 in Sumy, Ukraine.

Education

In 2003 he graduated from the Institute of International Relations of the Kiev National University named Taras Shevchenko with a specialty - international law.

2004-2005 - PhD student in the Department of International Law of the Institute of International Relations of the Kiev National University named Taras Shevchenko.

Phd. He speaks English.

Marital status

He is married and has a son and a daughter.

His father, Ivan Kuleba, was a Ukrainian diplomat from 1997 to 2000. was Ukraine's ambassador to Egypt in 2003-2004. - Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine, and from 2004 to 2009. Ukraine's ambassador to the Czech Republic.

Career

He began his career in 2003 as an attache of the Service of the Chief Legal Adviser of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.

2005 - the third secretary of the legal department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.

2005-2009 - third, second secretary of Ukraine's permanent mission to international organizations in Vienna (on OSCE issues).

2010-2012 - First Secretary, Adviser, Head of the Department of the Secretariat of the Foreign Minister of Ukraine.

2013 - Advisor to the Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine (Konstantin Grishchenko) on humanitarian issues.

In 2013 he retired from the civil service and headed the UART Cultural Diplomacy Foundation.

In June 2014, he returned to work at the Foreign Ministry at the invitation of Minister Pavel Klimkin to the post of Ambassador for Special Assignments for Strategic Communications. He was engaged in the creation of strategic communications of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, the introduction of modern communications technologies into the work of the Ministry of Communications and the formation of public diplomacy of Ukraine.

On April 9, 2016, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko signed a decree appointing Kuleba as Ukraine's permanent representative to the Council of Europe.

On August 29, 2019, the Parliament approved the new composition of the Cabinet, Dmitry Kuleba was appointed Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic integration.

On March 4, 2020, the Parliament voted to resign Alexei Goncharuk as prime minister, which entails the resignation of the entire government. On the same day, the Parliament approved the new composition of the Cabinet of Ministers, Dmitry Kuleba was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.

Books

On March 1, 2019, he presented his book "War for Reality: How to Win in the World of Fakes, Truths and Communities" in The Art Arsenal, where he shared his thoughts on how to keep information defense and win a communicative war.

Regalia

Diplomatic rank of first-class adviser.

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