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Ukrainian leaders examine public policy and governance in north Georgia
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The Open World Leadership Center, an agency of the U.S. Congress, sent a delegation of young Ukrainians with positions in banking, air transportation and government to Big Canoe, North Georgia from Oct. 11-19. The delegation consists of five professionals and will be accompanied by a bicultural facilitator and an interpreter. While in Georgia, the Open World program participants will be hosted by the Friendship Force of Big Canoe and North Georgia. Prior to their arrival in Atlanta, the participants completed an orientation in Washington, D.C. Delegates had policy meetings with Members of Congress including staff from Senator David Perdue’s office.