Speakers Iryna Koshel-Repnevska
Iryna Koshel-Repnevska, Director, Reform Support Team Ministry of infrastructure of Ukraine
Iryna Koshel-Repnevska
Director, Reform Support Team Ministry of infrastructure of Ukraine

Professional Experience

Since January 2019 – the Director of Reform Support Team at the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine

November 2016 – December 2018 – Lead Legal Counsel of Reform Support Team at the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine

2016 – Legal adviser, State enterprise «The Shipping Register of Ukraine»

2015 – 2016 – Deputy Chairman of the Board «Kyiv-Dniprovske Intersectoral Enterprise of Industrial Railway Transport» Private joint stock company

2004 – 2015 – Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine, Legal Department (Chief Expert, Head of the Sector, Deputy Director, Director)

2003 – 2004 – Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, Department for Protection of State Interests in the Courts of Ukraine and Foreign Jurisdictional Bodies (Chief Expert of the Division for Protection of State Interests in Legal Bodies of Foreign States)

2000 – 2003 – Legal counsel, “LK-Orbita” Ltd multiproduct company

Responsibilities

  • Overall resource planning, recruitment and management of RST consultants
  • Representing RST in the working groups involved in the reform process
  • Cooperation and coordination of stakeholders (donors, experts, government officials etc)
  • Development of strategic action plans, work plans and other key documents to facilitate the reform projects

The Reform Support Team at the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine (RST) represents one of the components of the Ukraine Reforms Architecture (URA) programme, an instrument developed jointly by the EBRD and the European Union. RST provides expert technical support to the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine in implementing priority reforms identified by the Government of Ukraine.

The URA is supported by the EBRD’s Ukraine Stabilisation and Sustainable Growth Multi-Donor Account (MDA). Contributors to the MDA are Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union, the largest donor.