New Ukraine Civic Movement

New Ukraine Civic Movement

The New Ukraine civic movement  (Ukrainian: Громадянський рух «Нова Україна») is a civic movement in Ukraine, founded by Ukrainian politician Volodymyr Semynozhenko in March 2009. The aim of the civic movement is to unite citizen of Ukraine independently of their political orientation. The organization is open for any patriotic powers - civiс organizations, political parties, professional unions and citizen.

The Team

  • Mykola Y. Azarov, a member of the parliament, a head of the Verkhovna Rada committee on finances and banks
  • Yuriy S. Alekseev, a member of the Ukrainian Forum board, the Director General of the National Space Agency of Ukraine (2005–2009)
  • Vitaliy F. Boiko, a member of the Ukrainian Forum board, a head of the Supreme Court of Ukraine (1995–2002)
  • Dmytro H. Vydrin, a director of the European Institute of Integration and Development
  • Serhiy R. Hrynevetskyi, a member of the parliament, a member of the Ukrainian Forum board
  • Volodymyr A. Demyokhin, a head of the Kherson Regional Council
  • Anton A. Zatsepin, a secretary of the National Innovational Forum public organization
  • Anatoly M. Zlenko, a deputy head of the Ukrainian Forum, a foreign minister of Ukraine (1990–1994, 2000–2003)
  • Vadym A. Kopylov, a deputy finance minister of Ukraine (2006–2007)
  • Heorhiy K. Kryuchkov, an executive secretary of the Ukrainian Forum
  • Serhiy K. Liventsov, New Politics party
  • Andriy O. Medvedev, the Honarary President of the Tennis Federation of Ukraine
  • Mykola S. Obihod, a deputy Prosecutor-General of Ukraine (1998–2002)
  • Borys I. Oliynyk, a member of the Ukrainian Forum board, a head of the Ukrainian Culture Fund, an academician at the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, a hero of Ukraine
  • Dmytro V. Popov, a vice-president of the closed-up KSK Cheksil joint-stock company
  • Yuriy E. Rybchinskyi, a people’s artist of Ukraine
  • Lyudmyla V. Rusalina, the president of the Petrus Group, a member of the Cherkasy Regional Council
  • Volodymyr P. Semynozhenko, a chairman of the Ukrainian Forum, an academician at the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  • Valentyn K. Symonenko, a member of the Ukrainian Forum board, a head of the Audit Chamber of Ukraine
  • Oleksander S. Slipchenko, an Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Ukraine
  • Ihor P. Smeshko, a head of the Security Service of Ukraine (2003–2005)
  • Petro P. Tolochko, a member of the Ukrainian Forum board, a director of the Institute of Archeology of Ukraine, an academician of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  • Vasyl Y. Shvets, a director of the Dniprodzerzhynsk Severyn Nalyvaiko Institute of Economy and Management at the Interregional Academy of Personnel Management, a mayor of Dniprodzerzhynsk (1996–2006)
  • Oleksander V. Shestopalyuk, the president of the Vinnitsa teacher training M. Kotsubynskyi university
  • Serhiy V. Chervonopyskyi, a chairman of the Ukrainian society of Afghanistan War veterans

Public organizations and associations that have joined the New Ukraine civic movement

  • Ukrainian Forum socio-political association
  • New Politics political party
  • Society of the Ukrainian officers public organization
  • International Association of the Alpha antiterrorism unit veterans
  • Ukrainian scientific and technical trade association of workers in oil and gas industries
  • Ukrainian society of Afghanistan War veterans
  • All-Ukrainian Ukrainian federation of scientists public organization
  • New Names of Ukraine fund
  • Independent association of the disabled
  • Dniprodzerzhynsk Ukrainian-Kazakhstan Friendship public organization
  • Dniprodzerzhynsk municipal Society of Economists
  • Dniprodzerzhynsk Pleyada public organization
  • National Innovational Forum

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