Letter to Ambassadors of G20 states and EU authorities

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Interfactional Parliamentary Association
«For the Protection of Violated Rights of
For the Protection of Violated Rights of
                    «Forbidden to Forbid»                     

Your Excellency,

The Chairman of the Interfactional Parliamentary Association “For the Protection of Violated Rights of Citizens and Against Political Repression “Forbidden to Forbid” People’s Deputy of Ukraine Andrii Derkach conveys his respect to you.

On 9 October I, as the Chairman of the Interfactional Parliamentary Association «Forbidden to Forbid», People’s Deputy of Ukraine and Member of the Budget Committee of the Verkhovna Rada took part in the Conference «An Independent Financially Stable Public Broadcaster – an integral part of a democratic society» held by PJSC «National Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine» (UA:PBC).

At this conference I have presented the corruption cases in the management of UA:PBC, as well as examples of non-transparent use of the funds of the state budget of Ukraine and international technical support provided by the governments of the United States and Canada, the EU countries, World Bank, EBRD, OECD, the UN for the creation and development our Public Broadcaster.

I would appreciate if you review the corresponding information in the attachment to this letter. It direcly relates to the protection of the right to freedom of expression in Ukraine and fight against corruption among the management in our country.

The Interfactional Parliamentary Association «For the Protection of Violated Rights of Citizens and Against Political Repression «Forbidden to Forbid» would like to invite you to cooperation and further joint discussions.

To find more information on the activity of the Interfactional Association and the situation with observance of human rights in Ukraine during the last four years please visit http://ftf.org.ua. All documents are available in Ukrainian, English and Russian.

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