Nataliya Katser-Buchkovska


Nataliya Katser-Buchkovska, the adviser on issues related to energy, national and international security, international policy, investment attraction, strategies and policies

Nataliya is the Peopleʼs Deputy of the VIII convocation, the head of the subcommittee on Sustainable Development, Strategy and Investments of the Committee on Energy, Housing and Utilities Services.

She worked on the development of the state’s capabilities in the field of energy security, liberalization of energy markets, on achieving sustainable development, attraction of investments in projects of strategic interest to the state. Nataliya is a co-author of about 50 bills, more than 20 of which became laws.

She represented Ukraine in the Inter-Parliamentary Union, developed parliamentary diplomacy in friendship groups with Great Britain, Lithuania, Switzerland, Sweden, Israel, Mexico and Japan. She headed the inter-parliamentary friendship group with the Kingdom of the Netherlands. She participated in international negotiations, parliamentary and government delegations.

She has more than 15 years of experience in corporate governance, investment and energy legislation, experience in international negotiations.

She obtained a masterʼs degree in Law and Economics at University College London (UK). She has successfully completed a number of postgraduate programs of the John F. Kennedy School of Government (USA). She is a member of the Professional Government Association of Ukraine and the Aspen Community. She is a scholarship holder of the United States Atlantic Council Millennium Fellowship 2019 program.

Nataliya is the author of numerous analytical articles on energy security and diplomacy, peacekeeping process, post-conflict settlement. She is being quoted by leading international media and think tanks, in particular, American CNN, Voice of America, Atlantic Council, Bloomberg, BBC (UK), Financial Times, YLE (Finland), as well as ITN, World Economic Forum and the like.