USRJCUnited States-Russia Joint Commission on POW (Prisoners of War)/MIAs (Missing in Action) (est. 1992)
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Further, this inaction grossly undermines the June appointment of Yekaterina Priyezzheva as the new USRJC co-chairman by Russian President Dimitry Medvedev.
The DAV, other veterans service organizations and POW-MIA family groups sent a joint letter to Medvedev in June urging him to appoint a new Russian USRJC co-chairman in the wake of the DoD's promise to restore manpower and funding to the commission.
The USRJC was idled in 2005 when Russia eliminated its co-chairman's position, which ended U.