OLEG VOLOSHYN

Ukraine for me is my native land, where I was born, with which I associate my own future and the future of my children; it is the country where I see the most opportunities for my self-fulfillment as a person.

I went into politics because I possess the knowledge and vision to develop and strengthen my country on the international stage. I understand the mistakes in the internal politics of Ukraine have made it vulnerable to external aggression, and they also carry the threat of Ukraine’s loss of subjectivity in global politics.

I choose the Ukraine Development Party because I see that it provides opportunities for young people with adequate and reasonable ambitions, whose only capital is their intelligence, to obtain access to the political system for the implementation of their ideas in the conditions of fair competition.

Life creed (motto): “A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty”. Winston Churchill.

Life and career milestones:

I was born on April 7, 1981 in the city of Mykolaiv in the Mykolaiv Region.

In 1998 I finished Mykolaiv secondary school No. 22,specializing in English.

In 2003 I graduated from the Institute of International Relations under Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv with honors.

In 2005-2008 I was working as areviewer / editor of the ‘Politics’ section / deputy chief editor of Ekspert Ukraina magazine.

In 2008-2010 I was apublic relations officer in the Embassy of Ukraine for the Russian Federation.

In 2010-2013 I was adirector of the Department of Informational Policy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.

In 2013-2014 I was acounselor for political affairs, relations with governmental structures and publicity of the Chevron Ukraine Company. 

Achievements:

Candidate of political sciences (dissertation ‘CIS Policy of Russia’ was defended in 2012 at a session of academic council of the Institute of International relations under Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv). My monograph ‘Phantom pain of empire. CIS Policy of Russia’ was published in 2014.

I became the youngest Ukrainian diplomat, who was conferred a diplomatic rank of Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of class II for organization of information countermeasures to attempts to compromise Ukraine as a host-country of Euro-2012 final.

Hobbies: history, heraldry, fencing.

Plans for the future. By dint of my active participation in the political life, I want to assist Ukraine in implementing the external policy of national pragmatism, which will allow our country to shift from the front line of collision with the great countries to being an independent player, who uses activity on the international stage to ensure the economic growth and preservation of peace in the Ukrainian land.    

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