Davyd Arakhamiia

Davyd Arakhamiia

Ukrainian politician, entrepreneur, social activist and volunteer. Secretary of the Office of the National Investment Council. Co-founder of the international IT company “Template Monster.”

In March 2014, Davyd Arakhamiia together with his friends launched a fund-raising website for the equipment of paratroopers of the 79th brigade. That was the start of the volunteer initiative “People’s Project”, aimed at helping the Ukrainian military in the ATO zone.

In August 2014, he was appointed Volunteer Adviser to the Head of the Mykolaiv Regional State Administration; in September, he was appointed Deputy Minister of Defense for Procurement; and in October, he was appointed Adviser to the Minister of Defense and Chairman of the Volunteer Council under the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.

In November 2014, he co-founded the Association of People’s Volunteers of Ukraine and started supervising the “volunteer landing force,” a group of volunteers who became the employees of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.

In 2016, the web-platform “Weblium”, David Arakhamiia’s new project, was launched.

On July 9, 2019, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky appointed Arachmiia a member of the Supervisory Board of the Ukroboronprom State Concern.

In the 2019 durin parliamentary elections, he was elected to the Verkhovna Rada as a People’s Deputy from the party “Servant of the People”, No. 4 on the election list. On August 29, 2019, he was elected Chairperson of the “Servant of the People” political party faction in the Verkhovna Rada of the IXth convocation. Member of the Verkhovna Rada Committee of National Security, Defense and Intelligence.


Associated with Kolomoisky

During the faction formation, Arakhamiia declared that he did not respect Kolomoisky. Following the statement, he was subject to criticism from Dubinsky who was trying to weaken his position before he was elected Chairman of the political party faction.

However, according to various information sources, Arakhamiia is lobbying for Kolomoisky’s entry into the country’s gambling business.