UCCA-Ill letter to Biden

The following is the full text of a letter sent by the UCCA-Illinois Division on April 12 to President Joe Biden.

Dear Mr. President:
On behalf of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America-Illinois Division, representing hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian-Americans in the state of Illinois, we write this letter to express our alarm about your possible appointment of Matthew Rojansky to the position of Russia director on the National Security Council.

UCCA-Illinois Division concerned with appointment under consideration to the National Security Council

The Ukrainian Congress Committee of America-Illinois Division released the following statement on April 12.

The Ukrainian Congress Committee of America-Illinois Division strongly reacted to the news that President Joe Biden is considering appointing Matthew Rojansky, head of the Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute, as Russia director on the National Security Council.

UWC calls on international community to stand with Ukraine

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