Building new Ukraine is a mission of public and political activity of Serhiy Lovochkin. He established a charitable foundation and “New Ukraine” Institute for Strategic Studies that help introduce reforms in Ukraine, elaborate programs and carry out analysis of strategic developments in this direction. S. Lovochkin also facilitates the implementation of programs of “New Social and Economic Policy” (NEWSEP) analytical center aimed to develop modern mechanisms of ensuring stable economic growth.

Lovochkin: Ukrainian Manufacturing Industry Incapable of Returning to Pre-Pandemic Levels

Ukraine’s manufacturing industry has shown a slight growth in the first six months of 2021 after a lengthy decline, but some of its sectors remain in deep crisis. The most plagued segments include foods, beverages, and tobacco goods manufacturing, which slid by 10.1 percent in January-June this year compared to same period of the pandemic-ridden 2020. This was stated by OPPOSITION PLATFORM – FOR LIFE MP Serhiy Lovochkin commenting on the most recent data by the State Statistics Service.

28 July 2021

Lovochkin: Defense Procurement Bill to Support More Efficient Use for Budget Funds

The bill regulating defense procurement will stimulate more efficient use for budget funds and will allow national enterprises better compete within defense tender procedures. This was announced by OPPOSITION PLATFORM – FOR LIFE MP Serhiy Lovochkin after the meeting of the National Security, Defense, and Intelligence Committee.

26 November 2019

Serhiy Lovochkin: Zelenskyi Doomed To Confrontation With Current Parliament Composition

A year ago, RBK-Ukraine ran an interview with one of the leaders of then Opposition Bloc (now Opposition Platform — For Life) Serhiy Lovochkin. Commenting on chances of presidential candidates back then, he called Yulia Tymoshenko “the leader of the race, but Hrytsenko could beat any candidate in the second round of voting.” Lovochkin also said that the second round could as well see “the single southeastern Ukraine representative, Yuriy Boyko.”

25 April 2019

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Four Years of Minsk 2: The Date Consigned to Oblivion by the Government

Having celebrated various obnoxious anniversaries, the government did its best this year to forget the fourth anniversary of the Minsk agreements, signed on Feb. 12, 2015

12 February 2019