Permanent Commission of the Kyiv Council on questions of local government, regional and international relations supported the renaming of the street Wanda Wasilewska in honor of the famous Ukrainian economist, philanthropist and public figure Bohdan Hawrylyshyn.
Commission city Council approved the renaming of the street Wanda Wasilewska in the street Bogdana Gabrielesicily the draft decision should also consider the permanent Commission on culture, tourism and information policy, reports mediaUA, with reference to the Mirror of the week.
After you will make a document into a sessional hall of city Council.
As evidenced by the results of public discussion, which lasted on the official website of the Kiev city Administration within two months to the vote joined in 955 persons, 769 of them supported the initiative to rename.
Recall that Bohdan Hawrylyshyn died 24 October 2016, a 90-year-old.
Bohdan Hawrylyshyn, a distinguished economist, member of the club of Rome, one of the founders of the international economic forum in Davos, a longtime leader of the International management Institute in Geneva, a mentor and Advisor to presidents and Prime Ministers of many countries, lifelong Plastun. In the article "Remain Ukrainian" in the newspaper "Mirror of week. Ukraine", said that for decades Havrylyshyn gained experience, who wanted to apply in Ukraine. When the Soviet Union collapsed, Professor Havrylyshyn retired from the leadership of the International management Institute in Geneva to help independent Ukraine to use the opportunities presented in front of the young state.
Street, which is proposed to rename in honor of the famous Ukrainian economist, located in close proximity to the International Institute of management, is the first business school in the Soviet Union, which Bohdan Hawrylyshyn was founded in 1988.
Wanda Wasilewska (1905 - 1964) - Polish writer, the Ukrainian Soviet public figure, three times winner of the Stalin prize (1943, 1946, 1952).