“This is good news for our international partners,
” Viktor Kozyuk, a member of the central bank’s council, told Bloomberg. “Serhiy has experience of cooperating with them. They’ll speak the same macroeconomic language.” Nikolaychuk succceeds Dmytro Sologub, a familiar interlocutor of international financial institutions. His five-year term expired yesterday. Sologub is moving to Washington to work for the IMF.