Dmytro Natalukha

Dmytro Natalukha

People's Deputy of Ukraine
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Short biography

DmytroAndreevich Natal ukha is a People's Deputy of Ukraine.

Brief biography

Dmytro Natalukha was born in Kiev, September 15, 1987.

Natalukha received his higher education in Ukraine at the Institute of International Relations of the Shevchenko National University of Ukraine. From 2013 to 2014 Dmytro Natalukha studied in the UK, in Cambridge, at the Faculty of International Politics and Relations, where he successfully defended his Master's degree.

From 2007 to 2013, Mr. Natalukha worked with a number of different law firms.

Later, Dmytro Natalukha actively participated in the Revolution of Dignity. On Euromaidan he was remembered for his author's translation of the famous song "Do you hear the people sing?". The Ukrainian version of "Do you hear the people sing?" was performed on the main stage of Euromaidan in December 2013.

In 2015, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko appointed Dmytro Natalukha as head of the district state administration of Kominternivskyi district in Odessa region.

In the extraordinary elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, which were held in 2019, Dmitry Natalukha ran for deputy on the list of the political force "Servant of the people". At the same time, he himself is non-partisan.

In the Verkhovna Rada of the ninth convocation, Dmitry Natalukha headed the Committee on economic development.

Personal life

The politician is married. Dmytro Natalukha's wife is Alena Shkrum, MP of Ukraine from the party "Batkivshchyna".

Online activity

  • Facebook. There are almost three thousand users subscribed to Dmytro Natalukha's Facebook page.

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