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Hennadiy Moskal
Геннадій Москаль
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Hennadiy Moskal in 2014
Governor of Zakarpattia Oblast
In office
15 July 2015 – 11 June 2019
PresidentPetro Poroshenko
Preceded byVasyl Hubal
Succeeded byIvan Duran (acting)
In office
June 2001 – September 2002
PresidentLeonid Kuchma
Preceded byViktor Baloha
Succeeded byIvan Rizik
Representatives of the President of Ukraine in Crimea
In office
2006–2007
PresidentViktor Yushchenko
Preceded byVolodymyr Kulish
Succeeded byViktor Shemchuk
Governor of Luhansk Oblast
In office
18 September 2014 – 15 July 2015
PresidentPetro Poroshenko
Preceded byIryna Verihina (acting)
Succeeded byYuriy Klimenko (acting)
In office
November 2005 – April 2006
PresidentViktor Yushchenko
Preceded byOleksiy Danilov
Succeeded byOleksandr Kobityev
People's Deputy of Ukraine
6th convocation
In office
23 November 2007 – 12 December 2012
ConstituencyIndependent, No.41[1]
7th convocation
In office
12 December 2012 – 27 November 2014
ConstituencyIndependent, No.32[2]
Personal details
Born (1950-12-11) 11 December 1950 (age 72)
Zadubrivka, Chernivtsi Oblast, Ukraine, Soviet Union
Political partyBatkivshchyna
Other political
affiliations
Front of Changes[3] (December 2011 to June 2013)
Children1 daughter[4]
ResidenceUkraine
Occupationpolitician, People's Deputy of Ukraine, Merited jurist of Ukraine, Honoured lawyer of AR Crimea[4]
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Hennadiy Hennadiyovych Moskal (Ukrainian: Геннадій Геннадійович Москаль; born 11 December 1950) is a Ukrainian politician and the former governor of Zakarpattia Oblast, serving from 2015 to 2019.[5][6] He was previously appointed governor of the Luhansk Oblast while the War in Donbas was ongoing in Luhansk Oblast.[7][8]

Moskal also has acted as Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine and is a Merited Jurist of Ukraine (1997).[4][9]

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Ukrainian language

Ukrainian language

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Zakarpattia Oblast

Zakarpattia Oblast

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Luhansk Oblast

Luhansk Oblast

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War in Donbas (2014–2022)

War in Donbas (2014–2022)

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Ministry of Internal Affairs (Ukraine)

Ministry of Internal Affairs (Ukraine)

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Biography

Gennadiy Gennadiyovych Moskal was born on 11 December 1950 in Zadubrivka, Zastavna Raion, Chernivtsi Oblast into a family of public servants.[4][10][11] His father, Gennady Hadeyovych Hayfulin (or Hayfullin),[12] was an ethnic Tatar.[13] His mother, Stepaniya Pavlivna Moskal, was an ethnic Ukrainian. Although it is uncommon, Eastern Slavic naming customs allow the mother's last name to become the last name of the child instead of the father's last name.

Education

Gennady Moskal graduated from the Chernivtsi Railway College,[4] then in

Career

In 1975, Moskal started working as detective of Soviet police (Militsiya) in Chernivtsi, where he advanced from inspector to Militsiya Lieutenant General. During working in the structures of the Ministry of Internal Affairs he was the Deputy Chief of Militsiya in Chernivtsi oblast.

  • 1978–1992 – Chief of criminal investigation department of Chernivtsi Oblast militsiya (with breaks)
    • 1983–1986 – Deputy chief of militsiya in the Lenin district of Chernivtsi
  • 1992–1995 – Chief of criminal militsiya in Chernivtsi Oblast
  • 1995–1997 – Chief of militsiya in Zakarpattia Oblast.[4]
  • 1997–2000 – Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs, Chief of militsiya in Crimea[4]
  • 2000–2001 – Internal Affairs, Chief of militsiya in Dnipropetrovsk region[4]
  • June 2001 – September 2002 – Governor of Zakarpattia Oblast[4]
  • 2002–2005 – Chairman of State Committee on Nationalities and Migration
  • February 2005 – November 2005 – Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs, Chief of criminal militsiya[4]
  • November 2005 – April 2006 – Governor of Luhansk region[4]
  • 2006 – the Permanent Representative of President of Ukraine in Crimea[4]
  • 9 January 2007 – appointed the Deputy Chairman of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) by Presidential Decree.[4]
  • April 2007 – May 2007 – Deputy Secretary of RNBU

Verkhovna Rada

In autumn 2007, Gennady Moskal was elected People's Deputy of Ukraine from Our Ukraine–People's Self-Defense Bloc (under No. 41). In Verkhovna Rada, he performed duties of the 1st Deputy Chairman of the committee to combat organized crime and corruption.[4] At the time of elections in 2007, Moskal was the president of Kyiv law firm "Protection".[14]

On 19 August 2009, Gennady Moskal was re-appointed the Chief of the Internal Affairs Department in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, yet in order to keep the parliamentary mandate, he resigned on 15 December 2009; on 16 December 2009, he was reinstated in the former position by the government. On 3 February 2010, President Viktor Yushchenko sent an inquiry to the Constitutional Court of Ukraine on the legality of coordinating both positions by Moskal; after that, Moskal has resigned in Crimea.

Moskal joined the party Front of Changes in December 2011.[3] In 2012 he was re-elected into parliament on the party list of Fatherland.[15] On 15 June 2013 his Front for Change (party) merged into Fatherland.[16] On 25 August 2014 Moskal was expelled from Fatherland because he had supported, and campaigned for, Petro Poroshenko in the 25 May 2014 Ukrainian presidential election and thus not Fatherland's presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko.[17] From then until June 2019 Moskal was a member of the party Petro Poroshenko Bloc.[18]

In the 2019 Ukrainian parliamentary election Moskal did not get elected (as an independent candidate) after losing in single-seat constituency 106 in Severodonetsk, with 11.99% of the vote.[19]

Luhansk Oblast Governor and Governor of Zakarpattia Oblast

On 18 September 2014 President Petro Poroshenko appointed Moskal Luhansk Oblast Governor.[8] At that time Luhansk Oblast was one of the front-lines of the War in Donbas.[7] On 15 July 2015 he was dismissed as Governor.[20] Moskal was appointed Governor of Zakarpattia Oblast the sam day.[21] President Volodymyr Zelenskyy dismissed Moskal (appointed Ivan Duran as acting Governor of Zakarpattia Oblast) on 11 June 2019.[22]

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Zadubrivka

Zadubrivka

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Chernivtsi Oblast

Chernivtsi Oblast

Chernivtsi Oblast, also referred to as Chernivechchyna, is an oblast (province) in Western Ukraine, consisting of the northern parts of the regions of Bukovina and Bessarabia. It has an international border with Romania and Moldova. The oblast is the smallest in Ukraine both by area and population. Chernivtsi was part of Romania. In 1408, when it was a town in Moldavia and the chief centre of the area known as Bukovina. Chernivtsi later passed to the Turks and then in 1774 to Austria. After World War I it was ceded to Romania, and in 1940 the town was acquired by the Ukrainian SSR.

Eastern Slavic naming customs

Eastern Slavic naming customs

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Militsiya

Militsiya

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Chernivtsi

Chernivtsi

Chernivtsi is a city in the historical region of Bukovina, which is now divided along the borders of Romania and Ukraine, including this city, which is situated on the upper course of the Prut river in the Southwestern Ukrainian territory. Chernivtsi serves as the administrative center for the Chernivtsi raion, the Chernivtsi urban hromada, and the oblast itself. In 2022, the Chernivtsi population, by estimate, is 264,298, and the latest census in 2001 was 240,600.

Zakarpattia Oblast

Zakarpattia Oblast

Zakarpattia Oblast is an oblast in western Ukraine, mostly coterminous with the historical region of Carpathian Ruthenia. Its administrative centre is the city of Uzhhorod, Other major cities within the oblast include Mukachevo, Khust, Berehove, and Chop, the last of which is home to railroad transport infrastructure.

Crimea

Crimea

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Luhansk Oblast

Luhansk Oblast

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Security Service of Ukraine

Security Service of Ukraine

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National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine

National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine

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Our Ukraine–People's Self-Defense Bloc

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Autonomous Republic of Crimea

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Awards

  • 1997 – Honoured lawyer of Ukraine[4]
  • Honoured lawyer of AR Crimea[4]
  • Order of Merit, III and II grades[4]
  • Award "Nominal firearm"[4]
  • 2002 – Winner of the All-Ukrainian program "Leaders of the Regions"[4]

Family

Gennady Moskal is married.[4] He has one daughter and two grandchildren.[4]

Source: "Hennadiy Moskal", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, March 15th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hennadiy_Moskal.

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References
  1. ^ "People's Deputy of Ukraine of the VI convocation". Official portal (in Ukrainian). Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. Retrieved 22 December 2014.
  2. ^ "People's Deputy of Ukraine of the VI convocation". Official portal (in Ukrainian). Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. Retrieved 22 December 2014.
  3. ^ a b (in Ukrainian) Москаль вступив до "Фронту змін", BBC Ukrainian (29 December 2011)
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w (in Russian)/(website has automatic Google Translate option) Short bio, LIGA
  5. ^ Poroshenko appoints volunteer Heorhiy Tuka head of Luhansk Regional State Administration, Ukraine Today (22 July 2015)
  6. ^ "Zelensky appoints acting heads of 12 regional state administrations". Interfax-Ukraine. 11 June 2019. Retrieved 30 January 2020.
  7. ^ a b Donetsk airport shelling violates east Ukraine truce, BBC News (30 September 2014)
  8. ^ a b Poroshenko appoints Moskal as Luhansk regional governor, Kyiv Post (18 September 2014)
  9. ^ Edict of the President of Ukraine. 19 August 1997
  10. ^ biography
  11. ^ Gennadiy Moskal, peoples.ru
  12. ^ (in Russian) Геннадий Москаль — самый обсуждаемый политик Archived 8 August 2015 at the Wayback Machine
  13. ^ (in Ukrainian) Чому пильний Геннадій Москаль приховує своє справжнє прізвище і національність? (ДОКУМЕНТИ, ВІДЕО) Archived 25 July 2015 at archive.today
  14. ^ "Народний Депутат України". Archived from the original on 13 March 2012. Retrieved 16 March 2012.
  15. ^ (in Ukrainian) Список депутатів нової Верховної Ради, Ukrayinska Pravda (11 November 2012)
  16. ^ Sobolev: Front for Change and Reform and Order Party to join Batkivschyna, Interfax-Ukraine (11 June 2013)
    Front for Change, Reforms and Order to dissolve for merger with Batkivshchyna – Sobolev Archived 22 July 2015 at the Wayback Machine, Ukrinform (11 June 2013)
  17. ^ MP Moskal, several other Batkivschyna members expelled from party for violation of statute – party's press service, Interfax-Ukraine (25 August 2014)
    (in Ukrainian) "Fatherland" explained that Moskal is out for the support of Poroshenko in elections, Ukrayinska Pravda (25 August 2014)
  18. ^ "Москаль вийшов із партії Порошенка".
  19. ^ "У Сєвєродонецьку кандидат програв вибори через "двійника"".
  20. ^ "Poroshenko appoints volunteer Heorhiy Tuka head of Luhansk Regional State Administration". Ukraine Today. 23 July 2015. Archived from the original on 23 July 2015. Retrieved 3 December 2021.
  21. ^ "Poroshenko appoints volunteer Heorhiy Tuka head of Luhansk Regional State Administration". Ukraine Today. 23 July 2015. Archived from the original on 23 July 2015. Retrieved 3 December 2021.
  22. ^ "Zelensky appoints acting heads of 12 regional state administrations". Interfax-Ukraine. 11 June 2019. Retrieved 30 January 2020.
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Predecessor
Vasyl Hubal
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2015-2019
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