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JW v DOJ Uranium One records 00722 production 1

JW v DOJ Uranium One records 00722 production 1

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Date Created:December 3, 2018

Date Uploaded to the Library:December 03, 2018

Tags:Uranium One 12-2018, uranium one, rosatom, 00722, Uranium, Russia, unclassified, committee, Obama, State Department, DOJ, FOIA, CIA

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United States Department State
Washington, D.C 20520
August 31, 2018
Case No.: F-2018-00133
Segment: S/ES-000 S/ES-0002,
S/ES-0003, EB-0001
Mr. William Marshall
Judicial Watch
Dear Mr. Marshall: response your request dated December 22, 2017 under the Freedom oflnformation Act (the
FOIA), U.S.C. 552, the Department State retrieved three records responsive your
request. After reviewing these documents, have determined that two may released full
and one must withheld full. enclosure explains the FOIA exemptions and other grounds for withholding material. The
one document denied full was withheld under FOIA Exemptions and U.S.C.
552(b)(3) and (b)(5). All non-exempt material that reasonably segregable from exempt
material has been released the enclosed pages.
The processing your request ongoing. you have any questions, your attorney may contact
Joshua Kolsky, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Please refer the
request case number, F-2018-00133, and the civil action number, 18-cv-00722, all
correspondence about this request.
Eric Stein, Director
Office oflnformation Programs and Services
Enclosures: stated.
ThcFnC.dom Jnformation Acf USC 5S2)
FO] Excmpt.ious
Jnformation specifically authorized executive order kept secret the interest
national defense foreign policy. fa.:ccutivc. Order 13526 includes the following
classification catcgoric-s: .4(a) .4(b)
L4(c) .4(d)
Military plans, systems, operations
foreign govcmmeni infomiation
Intelligence activities, sources metliods, cryptology
Foreign relations foreign activities the US, including confidential sources
Scientific., technological, economic maHcrs rcla1ing national security,
including defense against transnational terrorism
1.4 U.S. Government programs for safeguarding nuclear materials facilities
l.4(g) Vulncr.:i.bilities capabilities systems, installations, infrastructures, projects,
plans, protection services relating national. security, including defense
against transnational terrorism
lA(h) Weapons mass destruction
Related soldy tJ1e intcmal personnel rules .!Ind practices agency
(bX3) Specifically exempted from disclosure statute other than USC 552), for example;
Arms Export Control Act, 50a USC l(c)
Central Intelligence Agency Act 1949. USC 403(g)
Export Administration Act 1979, USC.App. Sec. l(c)
Foreign Service Act 1980, USC 004
Immigration and Nationality Act, USC 1202(f), Sec. 222(f)
Iran Claims Settlement Act, Public Law 99-99, Sec. 505
Trade secrets and confidential commercial financial information
lnt~ragency intra-agency communications forming part the deliberative process,
attomcy.-.client privilege~ attorney Wrk product
Personal privacy information
Law enforcement infomiation whose disclosure would:
interfere with enforcement proceedings
deprive person fair trial
constitute unwarranted invasion personal privacy
disclose confidential sources
disclose investigation techniques
end.anger life physical safety individual
Prepared for government agency regulating supervising fmancial institutions
Geological and geophysical information and data, including maps. concerning wells
Other Grounds for Withholding
Material not responsive
z;oIA request excised with the agreement the requester
October 20HJ
The Honorable T!mothy Gcithn-er
U.S. Depiutmclll the: Treasury
Chairman, Committee Foreign fnvestment the Ur!iti U.S. s~:cudty fatern~ts posed bylhc prnpu:red transaction
htvoiving ARMZ (Rosatom) not fanit-ed. !ran. May ,::>fthis year, Russhm.Presidcnt Dmitri Medvert issue.fi1, Septeml:mr, the International At(}m:ic Energy Agency
(lAEA) stated that Syria continues tc. b!ock its inspection the nuclear facility destroyed ari, Isradi afrsfrike 2007 that had b~n built North Kc.itea for use Syr!.t!s
nuclear weapons program. Russias eagerness begin nudear O.} operation.with Sydafo
these circumstances cru1 only seer, Damascui:: stH.iilg baQking for its nucJem:
tmibitio.ns, which similar the:suppOit Russia has given Irans nuc!eer program.
The facilities, materiais, technology1 and expertis~ tlp.t cautcl provided ria, even
for peaceful~ program, would Hkely be1;,sed for arenrwed wc:apo:ns pwg,,am,
regardfoss dariy assurances the Rw;shms might provide. Russias su_ppmi for Sydas
nuclear runhitions Iaise.s particular proliferation concerns giv11:n Syrie smtm_; commy
ofproHferation concern and stitt spcnsur(it terrbrisrn,
Those arejm::t fow the nationa! secmity concems that have prnmpted strozig
opposition ilie propuscd U.S.-Rusjia ttude~r c.ocpe.rati