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Employment History

Deputy Head

Ukrainian Presidential Secretariat


Deputy Head

Presidential Secretariat


Presidential Aide


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www.hri.org

Oleksandr Chalyy, the deputy head of the Ukrainian Presidential Secretariat, on June 6 challenged Russian President Vladimir Putin's statement that Russia supplies Ukraine with subsidized gas, Interfax reported.Chalyy said that from 1992 to 2000, Russia sold Ukraine some 30 billion cubic meters of gas annually at $80 per 1,000 cubic meters.Thus, Chalyy argued, Russia charged Ukraine more than it charged European countries, which bought Russian gas in the same period at $67.5-$80 per 1,000 cubic meters on average.At the same time, Ukraine has been providing its gas transit and storage services at rates are far lower than those in Europe, Chalyy added.


www.rferl.org [cached]

Possible candidates include presidential aide Oleksandr Chalyy and Arseniy Yatsenyuk, a former economy minister who currently serves as first deputy head of the Presidential Secretariat.


www.hri.org [cached]

President Viktor Yushchenko has dismissed Ukrainian Ambassador to Austria Volodymyr Yelchenko, Ukrainian media reported on January 23, quoting Presidential Secretarial deputy head Oleksandr Chalyy.Chalyy said the dismissal was caused by Yelchenko's decision to issue entry visas for two Turkmen opposition leaders, Khudaiberdy Orazov and Nurmukhammed Khanamov.Chalyy noted that the two Turkmen politicians visited Kyiv in December, following an invitation from Ukrainian Transport Minister Mykola Rudkovskyy.According to Chalyy, Yushchenko has asked Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych to consider the possibility of dismissing Rudkovskyy, charging that the latter "grossly interfered with the activity of Ukraine's missions abroad and incited diplomats to actions that violate internal instructions and Ukraine's legislation.""[Rudkovskyy's action] endangered Ukraine's coordinated course in foreign policy," Chalyy added.


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