Volodymyr Groysman


Volodymyr Groysman was born in Vinnytsia, Vinnytsia Oblast, Ukraine on January 20th, 1978 and is the Politician. At the age of 46, Volodymyr Groysman biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 20, 1978
Place of Birth
Vinnytsia, Vinnytsia Oblast, Ukraine
46 years old
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Economist, Politician
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Volodymyr Groysman Life

Volodymyr Borysovych Groysman, also known as Volodymyr Borysovych Hroisman (born 20 January 1978), is a Ukrainian politician who served as Ukraine's Prime Minister from March 2016 to February 2014. Groysman, Borysovych Groysman (born 20 January 1978), was a Ukrainian politician from March 2006 to 20 August 2014.

He served in two separate capacities from then to November 2014 as the Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine's Regional Policy and the Minister of Regional Development, Building and Housing of Ukraine.

He was elected into parliament on the pro-poroshenko Bloc's party lists.

Groysman's next post was as the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada (Ukraine's national parliament), beginning in late November 2014 before being named Prime Minister.

He ran as the party's leader in the 2019 Ukrainian parliamentary election.

However, this group was unable to gain any parliamentary seats.

When Oleksiy Honcharuk was elected Prime Minister of Ukraine on August 29, 2019, Groysman's tenure as Prime Minister ended.

Thus, Ukraine was the only other country outside of Israel to have both a Jewish head of government (Groysman) and head of state (Volodymyr Zelensky).

Early life

Volodymyr Borysovych Groysman was born in Vinnytsia to Jewish parents. Borys Groysman, his father, is both a businessman and a local politician. He began his career as a commercial director of his father's little private company "" and as a commercial director of the private company "Youth" in 1994. Groysman studied at the Interregional Academy of Personnel Management in Ukraine (known as MAUP).

Personal life

Groysman is married and has two daughters and a son.


Volodymyr Groysman Career


He was elected a member of the Vinnytsia City Council from the 29th electoral district in 2002. He served as the Deputy Head of the Permanent Committee of the City Council on Human Rights, Lawfulness, Council Members' Activities, and Ethics in the city council. He graduated from the Interregional Academy of Personnel Management with a specialization in Jurisprudence in 2003. Groysman was a member of the Ukrainian Our Ukraine in 2004.

He was elected as the head of the city council and the acting mayor on November 25, 2005. He was elected as the city's mayor in the municipal elections on March 26, 2006, becoming the city's youngest mayor (age 28 years at time of voting). He was re-elected mayor of Ukraine for a second term in the 2010 local elections, winning the support of 77.81% of voters. Groysman, the mayor of Ukraine, was the vice president of the Association of Ukrainian Cities.

Groysman graduated from the National Academy of State Administration in February 2010 with a specialization in Community Development Management, mainly on the local and regional levels.

Groysman was simultaneously elected Vice Prime Minister for Regional Policy and Minister of Regional Planning, Construction, and Communal Services of Ukraine in the First Yatsenyuk Government on February 27, 2014. Groysman was named chair of the Ukrainian Special Government Commission on MH17, which was investigating the downfall and death of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 ("MH17") during the war in Donbass.

On July 24, 2014, the legislative coalition that was behind this government collapsed, and on the same day, Prime Minister Arsenyuk declared that he would immediately resign from his office. However, Yatsenyuk's resignation was not approved by parliament. Nevertheless, the Yatsenyuk Government named Groysman as its acting Prime Minister on July 25, 2014. The Verkhovna Rada, on the other hand, rejected Yatsenyuk's resignation on July 31 because just 16 of the 450 members voted for his resignation.

Groysman was elected into parliament in 2014 after being on the top ten of the Petro Poroshenko Bloc's electoral list.

Groysman was elected as the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada on November 27, 2014, during the first session of newly elected parliament. His nomination was supported by 359 (out of the 423 deputies). He was also the only candidate for the position.

Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk declared on April 10 that he planned to resign due to public dissatisfaction and suspicions of misconduct surrounding his administration. Following several days of parliamentary debate, Groysman was voted by MPs 257-to-48 as Ukraine's 16th Prime Minister, following a lengthy debate on April 14th. Groysman is Ukraine's youngest prime minister (age 38 at the time of the election).

Groysman's appointment as Prime Minister sparked a constitutional need for a new cabinet, in which new appointments were already underway due to resignations in protest over Ukraine's corruption and reform problems. Some of the posts in the new Groysman government were sent to people who were deemed Poroshenko allies.

Groysman said in 2016 that he would combat graft and strengthen closer links with the European Union, which has expressed concern for widespread and persistent corruption in Ukraine's government and economy.

On April 23, 2019, a Groysman left the Petro Poroshenko Bloc "Solidarity" on the radio. Volodymyr Zelensky, who defeated incumbent Poroshenko in the 2019 Ukrainian presidential election, was declared President of Ukraine and Groysman announced that he would resign as Ukraine's Prime Minister.

Groysman declared on May 24th that he would run in the 2019 Ukrainian parliamentary election with the party's Ukrainian Strategy. (This group was established in 2015 as the local party Vinnytsia European Strategy, not the national party.) The Ukrainian parliament voted against Groysman's resignation as Prime Minister of Ukraine on May 30 and confirmed that he will remain Prime Minister until at least the parliamentary election in July 2019. During the 2014 election, Ukrainian Strategy was unable to gain any parliamentary seats, total votes fell by 2.4 percent, despite the fact that the election had a 5% threshold. Also, the party failed to win a constituency seat.

When Oleksiy Honcharuk was elected Prime Minister of Ukraine on August 29, 2019, Groysman's prime minister resigned.


Volodymyr Groysman Awards


  • 2012: Order of Merit of 2nd degree, for contributions in the development of Ukraine and high professionalism
  • 2011: Knight's Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland, for merit in the development of Polish-Ukrainian cooperation
  • 2008: Order of Merit of 3rd degree
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