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International Program: Ukraine (8/6/2013)

International Program: Ukraine (8/6/2013)

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The International Program
Ukraine the invitation the U.S. State Department International Visitor Leadership
Program (IVLP), through its host, the World Learning, Exchange and Training Unit
Washington, D.C., meeting between the president Judicial Watch and group
distinguished visitors from the Ukraine was arranged.
The U.S. Department State Background Notes for Ukraine confirms that
U.S.-Ukraine diplomatic relations were established 1991, following its
independence from the Soviet Union. The United States attaches great
importance the success Ukraines transition democratic state with
flourishing market economy centered realizing and strengthening
democratic, prosperous, and secure Ukraine more closely integrated into Europe and
Euro-Atlantic structures. Importantly, the U.S. government provides financial
assistance Ukraine for the express purpose the development democratic,
prosperous, and secure Ukraine, fully integrated into the Euro-Atlantic ommunity.... 
President Tom Fitton met with the Ukrainian visitors Judicial Watch headquarters Washington, D.C., August 2013. provided the visitors with overview
Judicial Watch mission and activities and informed them that nongovernmental organization, serves, essentially, watchdog over the nation
public life.
Mr. Fitton then introduced the visitors the primary tool used Judicial Watch
hold public officials accountable: the federal Freedom Information Act (FOIA)
open records law that provides access records and other government documents the various federal agencies. And underscore the breadth issues which
Judicial Watch engages, informed the visitors that likely that every topic they
are aware of, have read about their newspapers, had questions concerning
has probably filed open records request concerning. And the documents and other
records produced result those requests and investigations are posted
The International Program Ukraine
Judicial Watch Internet site. The posting documents its public Internet site 
together with its Weekly Update and other media exposure provided through and
radio interviews, online print journalism, and other new media outlets all serve
fulfill its role educational foundation. process that promotes
transparency and accountability, which turn helps preserve and protect the
foundations good government democratic republic. set forth its Mission Statement, through its educational endeavors, Judicial
Watch advocates high standards ethics and morality the nation public life and
seeks ensure that political and judicial officials not abuse the powers entrusted them the American people. Judicial Watch fulfills its educational mission
through litigation, investigations, and public outreach. The International Program integral part its educational program.