|Birth||3 April 1968, Ostrozhets’, Ukraine|
|Death||12 August 2015, Zürich, Switzerland (aged 47 years)|
Ihor Myronovych Yeremeyev (Ukrainian: Ігор Миронович Єремеєв, 3 April 1968 – 12 August 2015) was a Ukrainian politician. He is a co-owner of a Ukrainian fuel station network WOG.
He was born in 1968 at Ostrozhets in the Mlyniv Raion of Rivne Oblast, in what was the Ukrainian SSR of the Soviet Union. In 2002, he was elected to the Verkhovna Rada after winning a single-member districts seat as a member of the Agrarian Party of Ukraine in Manevychi. In December 2010, he ranked 41st on the Kyiv Post's list of the richest people in Ukraine. In the 2012 Ukrainian parliamentary election and 2014 Ukrainian parliamentary election, he was elected back into parliament as a non-partisan candidate again after winning the single-member districts seat of Manevychi. He was the founder and head of the parliamentary group People's Will since its foundation on 27 February 2014 (until 27 November 2014 this group was called Sovereign European Ukraine).
On 26 July 2015, he received a head injury during a horse-riding accident in Lutsk, Ukraine. He died on 12 August 2015 while in a coma in a hospital in Zurich, Switzerland afterwards.