Viktor YanukovychВіктор Янукович
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4th President of Ukraine
In office 25 February 2010 – 22 February 2014
Prime Minister Yulia TymoshenkoOleksandr Turchynov (acting)Mykola AzarovSerhiy Arbuzov (acting)
Preceded by Viktor Yushchenko
Succeeded by Oleksandr Turchynov (acting)
9th and 12th Prime Minister of Ukraine

In office 4 August 2006 – 18 December 2007

Cabinet Second Yanukovych Government
President Viktor Yushchenko
Deputy Mykola Azarov
Preceded by Yuriy Yekhanurov
Succeeded by Yulia Tymoshenko

In office 21 November 2002 – 7 December 2004 28 December 2004 – 5 January 2005

Cabinet First Yanukovych Government
President Leonid Kuchma
Deputy Mykola Azarov
Preceded by Anatoliy Kinakh
Succeeded by Mykola Azarov (acting)
4th Governor of Donetsk
In office 14 May 1997 – 21 November 2002
Preceded by Volodymyr Sherban
Succeeded by Anatoliy Blyzniuk
Personal details
Born Viktor Fedorovych Yanukovych(1950-07-09) 9 July 1950 (age 66)[1]Yenakiieve, Donetsk Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union[1]
Nationality Ukrainian
Political party Party of Regions (1997–2014)Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1980–1991)
Spouse(s) Lyudmilla Oleksandrivna (neé Nastenko) (m. 1971; div. 2016)
Children Oleksandr (b. 1973)Viktor (1981–2015)
Alma mater Donetsk National Technical UniversityUkrainian State University of Finance and International Trade
Religion Ukrainian Orthodox
Website Viktor Yanukovych, President of Ukraine (Archived)


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