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A letter to advocate for the Biden administration to support Ukraine 

Letter sent to President Biden on March 11, 2022

The ERLC aimed to convey to the Biden administration the deep concerns centered around Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, specifically, the persecution of religious minority groups to be targeted by Russia. We urged the administration to make every effort to ensure that religious freedom is protected and considered when the United States participated in negotiations or strategy plans.

ERLC sent the letter to President Biden on March 11, 2022.

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