Ukraine President Viktor Yuschenko discussed anti-Semitism in his country with the state prosecutor general.
In their meeting Friday, Yuschenko and Oleksandr Medvedko spoke about investigations of anti-Semitic offenses.
Yuschenko emphasized that he wanted to present â€œa clear position of the Ukrainian state regarding offenses concerned with manifestations of anti-Semitism.â€
Valentyn Nalyvaichenko, acting chief of the Security Service of Ukraine, and Ihor Pukshyn, Yuschenkoâ€™s deputy chief of staff, also participated in the meeting.
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