Azerbaijani Roman Nasirov appointed head of Ukraine’s State Fiscal Service – Roman Nasirov has been selected from among 67 candidates

Baku: Roman Nasirov, a Verkhovna Rada deputy with an Azerbaijani background and the chairman of the parliamentary committee for taxes and customs policy, has been appointed the head of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine. Such a decision was reached at the extraordinary meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers on Tuesday, according to censor.net. Konstantin Likarchuk and Sergei Bilan have been appointed deputies for Roman Nasirov.

Note that, a competition was held in order to select a chairman for the State Fiscal Service. Roman Nasirov won the competition among 67 candidates.

Roman Mikayil oglu Nasirov was born on 3 March 1979 in Kiev. In 1976, his father, Mikayil Nasir oglu Nasirov, had moved to Ukraine from Azerbaijan and married a local woman there. Born in this wedlock, Roman Nasirov finished secondary school in Kiev.

After school, he first studied law at Kiev State University named after T. Shevchenko then finance and international management at University of East London. After working in the banking sector for a long time, he started to work as the head of the securities trading department of Konkord Kapital, a Kiev-based investment company. In 2013, he was appointed a deputy chairman of the Board of Directors of Ukraine’s State Food-Grain Corporation, where he worked for a year. On 26 October 2014, he was elected a deputy from President Poroshenko’s bloc in the extraordinary elections held at the Verkhovna Rada. Roman Nasirov is married and has two children – Mikayil and Alexander.

SOURCE: Azeri Press News Agency