|4th Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine|
2 December 2014 – 14 April 2016
|Prime Minister||Arseniy Yatsenyuk|
|Preceded by||Maksym Burbak|
|Succeeded by||Volodymyr Omelyan|
|Born||12 June 1978|
Kyiv, Ukrainian SSR
|Alma mater||Kyiv University|
Andriy Mykolayovych Pyvovarsky (Ukrainian: Андрій Миколайович Пивоварський) is a Ukrainian businessman and a former Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine. He did not retain his post in the Groysman Government that was installed on 14 April 2016.
Pyvovarsky graduated in 2000 from the history department of the Taras Shevchenko National University in Kyiv. In 2003 he received a master's degree in International Business and Finance of Tufts University (United States).
From 1998 to 2001 he worked as a financial analyst and business developer in Kyiv Investment Group BLASIG, where he developed and oversaw a number of projects with an investment of $10 million.
In January 2006 Pyvovarsky joined the investment company Dragon Capital, where he headed the investment banking division.
On 11 December 2015 Pyvovarsky announced his resignation. He stated he planned to resign because his subordinates, volunteers he had attracted to the ministry, could not "work having non-market salaries". An anonymous source in his ministry told UNIAN that Pyvovarsky was "extremely dissatisfied" with the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko faction refusal to adopt key bills regarding Ukraine's transport industry. His resignation letter was submitted to the Verkhovna Rada (Ukraine's parliament) in December 2015. Pyvovarsky was never formally dismissed. He was finally relieved from his post when the Groysman Government was installed on 14 April 2016.
- New Cabinet formed in Ukraine, UNIAN (14 April 2016)
- Profile on the official website of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (in Ukrainian)
- (in Russian)/(website has automatic Google Translate option) Short bio, LIGA
- Andriy Pyvovarsky: A lot done, more to do in Ukraine’s infrastructure sector, Kyiv Post (11 December 2015)
- Red tape, low salaries are reason for resignation of minister Pyvovarsky and his team, Interfax-Ukraine (14 December 2015)
- Infrastructure Minister on vacation, not going to return to office – source, UNIAN (16 March 2016)
| Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine