Stolar Vadim Mikhailovich.
Ukrainian politician and businessman.
He was born in Kyiv in 1982. His parents, Mikhail and Yana Stolar, are businessmen, owners of the construction company "Elitage" and a travel agency "Yana".
He organized his first business in the Kiev region, in his father's homeland, in the village Motovilovka, Fastovsky district. Later he founded a large agricultural enterprise. 2001-2006 - General Director of LLC Vozrozhdenie (since 2004 - Vozrozhdenie Trading House).
Married. Spouse: Inna.
Daughters: Diana, Gemma, and Eva; son: David.
Hobbies: wrestling, music.
His political career
In 2006, he became a deputy of the Kyiv Regional Council from the Our Ukraine party.
The deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of the VI convocation (list of the Party of Regions). Member of the Parliamentary Committee on Fighting Corruption and Organized Crime. Member of the Ukrainian part of the Interparliamentary Assembly of Ukraine and the Republic of Poland.
In August 2012 he left the Party of Regions.
He ran for People's Deputies of Ukraine in the single-mandate constituency No. 217 in Kiev (Obolon district). Kiev (district Obolon) at the parliamentary elections in 2012 (self-nominated). He came in second place with 25.45%. The winner was the representative of Batkivshchyna Oleksandr Bryginets with 31.75% of votes. In an official statement, Vadym Stolar congratulated his opponent on his victory before the official election results were announced.
From February 13, 2014 to March 5, 2014, he headed the Patronage Service of the head of the Kyiv City State Administration Vladimir Makeenko.
A number of media outlets have claimed Stolar's possible involvement in the scandalous Elita-Center project. At the same time, this information has not been confirmed and according to law enforcement agencies, Vadim Stolar did not appear as a suspect in criminal cases in connection with this.
In 2012, Russian oligarch Vladimir Antonov accused a number of businessmen, including Vadim Stolar, of allegedly taking over Conversbank from him. There have been no court proceedings on this fact, while Antonov himself is wanted by Lithuania on charges of financial fraud on a particularly large scale.
Vadim Stolar is an honorary president of the All-Ukrainian public organization Street Workout Ukraine. He supports the development of street sports in Ukraine.
He is a patron of construction of the Church of St. Nestor the Chronicler in Kiev, which was built on the territory of Kiev University of Law of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and financed creation of a digital library base of Taras Shevchenko National Museum.
Attitude towards Euromaidan
On December 1, 2013 supported Euromaidan. "In view of recent events, I want to express my support to those who came out to Maidan. Every citizen has the right to openly express their views and to come out to peaceful actions, and no one has the right to prohibit this, especially to resort to forceful methods of dispersal. I am convinced that all those who were involved in beating protesters must answer before the law. (Personal Facebook page of Vadim Stolar)