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>Arseniy Petrovych Yatsenyuk (Ukrainian: Арсеній Петрович Яценюк, Arseniy Yatseniuk; born May 22, 1974) is a Ukrainian politician, economist and lawyer who is the Prime Minister of Ukraine following the parliament's 2014 removal of Viktor Yanukovych from power.[1] Yatsenyuk served in the government of Ukraine as Minister of Economy from 2005 to 2006; subsequently he was Foreign Minister of Ukraine in 2007 and Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada (parliament) from 2007 to 2008. Yatsenyuk is one of the leaders of Ukraine's second biggest party[2] All-Ukrainian Union "Fatherland" and leader of the parliamentary faction of "Fatherland".[3][4][5]

>Early life

>Arseniy Petrovych Yatsenyuk was born on May 22, 1974 in Chernivtsi, Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union). He was born to in a family of Jewish-Ukrainian[6] professors of the Chernivtsi University. His father, historian Peter Ivanovich Yatsenuk, has been a professor at the Faculty of History at Chernivtsi National University. His mother Maria Grigoriievna Yatsenyuk (nee Bakai) has been a teacher at the French Department of Foreign Languages at Chernivtsi National University.[7] After Yatsenyuk began studying at the Chernivtsi University in 1992, Yatsenyuk set up a student law firm.[8] He is partly of Romanian ancestry, with one of his grandparents being an ethnic Romanian from the region around Chernivtsi and citizen of Greater Romania; besides Ukrainian, Russian, and English, he also has some knowledge of Romanian.[9] Yatsenyuk graduated from the university in 1996, and later attended the Chernivtsi Trade-Economics Institute of the "Kyiv National Trade-Economics Institute" in 2001.[10]

>From December 1992 to September 1997 he was the president of "Yurek Ltd." law firm, based in Chernivtsi.[10] From January 1998 until September 2001, Yatsenyuk worked in the Aval bank, based in Kiev.[10]
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