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KIEV, July 8 (Itar-Tass) - The Ukrainian government has decided to delegate three representatives to the Skolkovo Foundation’s Industrial Council, head of the State Agency for Science, Innovation and Informatization Vladimir Seminozhenko said on Monday.
Among candidates are Vice-President for Business Development and President of KM Core Bogdan Kupych, deputy chairman of the Employers Federation’s Board Oleg Shevchuk and head of the board of directors of the Industrial Union of Donbass Sergei Tarutu, Seminozhenko said.
Earlier, Ukraine proposed to include three scientists in the Skolkovo Scientific Advisory Board.
An agreement to this effect was reached by Ukrainian Prime Minister Nikolai Azarov and the Skolkovo Foundation delegation in May 2013.
Azarov instructed to prepare proposals to step up cooperation between Ukraine and the Skolkovo Foundation.
Azarov said, “It is necessary to join efforts to create new technologies on key directions.”