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Have Your Say On East Timor Crisis

* Don McKinnon, Parliament Buildings, Wellington (no stamp needed); fax
(04) 471 1444;

* US embassy - Josiah Beeman - PO Box 1190, Wellington; tel (04) 472 2068;
fax 04 471 2380 or 472 9804, or

* US Consulate General - Michael Thurston (Consul) - Private Bag 92022,
Auckland, tel (09) 303 2724, fax (09) 366 0870.

* President Bill Clinton - fax - 00-1-202-456-2461,

* US APEC Office in Auckland - tel (09) 307 9371, fax (09) 307 9372 - not
sure if this is pre- or post- chicken factory list ...

* British High Commissioner, Mr Martin Williams - British High Commission,
PO Box 1812, Wellington; fax : (04) 495 0809.

* Australian High Commission - PO Box 4036, Thorndon, Wellington, tel (04)
473 6411,

* Alexander Downer MHR, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs,
00-61-2-6273-3752

* John Howard MP, Prime Minister of Australia, Parliament House, Canberra
ACT 2600,
Australia, fax: 00-61- 2-6273 4100; tel 00-61-2-6277-7700.

* Kofi Annan, United Nations Secretary-General, New York, NY 10017, USA
fax: +1 212 963 2155/ 963 7055, tel: +1 212 963 5012;

* INDONESIAN EMBASSY - 70 Glen Road, Kelburn, Wellington. Tel (04) 475
8699, fax (04) 475 9374;

* President Yusuf Habibie, President of the Republic of Indonesia, Istana
Negara, Gedung Binagraha, Jl. Veteran, Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia. Fax:
00-62-21-345-7782; Telegram: President Habibie, Jakarta, Indonesia

* Indonesian Minister For Foreign Affairs, Ali Alatas S.H, Menteri Luar Negeri
> >Jl. Medan Taman Pejambon No. 6, Jakarta, Indonesia. Faxes: +62 21 360
541 / 360 517 / 380 5511 / 345 7782 / 724 5354

* Indonesian Minister For Defence Forces, General Wiranto, Menteri
Pertahanan Keamanan RI, Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No 13-14, Jakarta 10110,
Indonesia. Telephone: +62 21 366 184 Fax: +62 21 3845 178


* Resort Military Command (Korem), Colonel Mohamed Noer Muis, Markas KOREM
164/Wiradharma, Dili, East Timor. Faxes: +62 390 21 624, Telegram: Colonel Muis, East Timor (Indonesia).

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