Ukrainian World Congress deploying over 230 international observers to monitor the Presidential Elections in Ukraine
16 May 2014
Ukrainian World Congress deploying over 230 international observers
to monitor the Presidential Elections in Ukraine
The Ukrainian World Congress (UWC) is deploying over 230 international election observers from 22 countries to monitor the Presidential Elections in Ukraine on 25 May 2014.
The UWC International Election Observation Mission (UWC Mission) includes observers from the World Congress of Ukrainian Youth Organizations (WCUYO), a UWC member organization.
In addition, the UWC Mission will cooperate with a mission being deployed by yet another UWC member organization, the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, which includes over 210 observers.
The UWC Mission is headed by Bohdan Futey, United States Federal Judge. The Chief Observer is Peter Sztyk, UWC Third Vice President, and the Manager is Myroslav Hochak, WCUYO President.
“Monitoring the elections in Ukraine, and particularly furthering the country’s democracy and transparency, have always been among the priorities of the UWC which has been regularly deploying large observation missions to Ukraine. This year’s early Presidential Elections are extremely important for Ukraine and the UWC has responded with a very impressive international observation mission,” stated UWC President Eugene Czolij.
Contact information in Kyiv:
6 Muzeinyi provulok, Room 106
Tel: +38(097) 5102303