Deputy Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine
Born April 8, 1956 in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine. Married with Two children: a son and a daughter
1977 – Graduated with honors from the Donetsk State University with a degree in Economics.
1993 – Graduated with honors from the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation (Moscow) with a degree in Diplomacy and International Economic Relations. Served in different Governmental positions in different countries.
Kamyshev draw on the extensive experience in management and diplomatic service with the rank of Ambassador. Furthermore, he actively involved in the implementation of the large scale economic projects of the Ukrainian government with China, the Russian Federation and other countries.
Since 2010 till present time he coordinate the activities of the Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade and other ministries and agencies on the development of international economic cooperation and work with foreign investors in the government of Ukraine.
|2010 – Present||Deputy Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (International Affairs)|
|2009-2010||Director General of the Consular Service Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine|
|2004 – 2009||Ambassador of Ukraine to the People’s Republic of China|
|2003 – 2004||Ambassador-at-large of the MFA|
|2002 – 2003||Director General of the Bilateral Cooperation Directorate of the MFA|
|2001 – 2002||Director of the Fifth Territorial Department (Asia and Pacific) of the MFA|
|1998 – 2001||Head of the Mission, Charge d’Affaires of Ukraine to the Lebanese Republic and to the Syrian Arab Republic (non-resident)|
|1994 – 1998||First secretary, Counselor and Deputy Head of the mission of Ukraine in the Arab Republic of Egypt|
|1994||First secretary of the International Economic Cooperation Department of the MFA|
|1991 – 1993||Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation (Moscow)|
|1979– 1991||Engineer, Senior Engineer, Deputy Director at the Kirovska and Abakumova Coal Mines|
|1977 – 1979||Military service|
|References||Available upon request|
I draw on the extensive experience in management and diplomatic service with the rank of Ambassador. Furthermore, I am actively involved in the implementation of the large scale economic projects of the Ukrainian government with China, the Russian Federation and other countries.
Since 2010 till present time I coordinate the activities of the Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade and other ministries and agencies on the development of international economic cooperation and work with foreign investors in the government of Ukraine.
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