PHOTO: US President Donald Trump said before awarding Medal of Honor to the U.S. Army Master SGT. Matthew Williams in the East Room of the White House in Washington, USA, 30 May 10 2019. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts/image files
(Reuters) – A United States federal judge on Friday has ordered the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to make public some “readouts or briefs” by Jul 25 calls between President Donald Trump and his Ukrainian partner at the center of a treatise investigation National Assembly.
The order of the U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper in Washington gave the Ministry of Foreign Affairs until Nov. 22 to hand the above documents to U.S. oversight, a watchdog group that sued to access them based on a public records law.
Last month, Cooper ordered the State Department to exchange with U.S. oversight and negotiated the release of other categories of documents relating to Ukraine, including the correspondence of senior officials with Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani.
American surveillance of lawsuits has assisted Congress investigators, who have also searched for documents and testimony from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs but have been rebuffed.
In a court record Oct. 30, the adultery protest to produce readouts and summaries of the 25 July phone calls that are currently in possession of Foreign Secretary Mike Pompeo and a close aide , stating that “such records have a high likelihood of being categorized and/or privileged.”
The State Department said the summary and readouts…