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Cablegate: The Gambia: Iaea Report On Iranian Compliance With

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL KNNP IR GA
SUBJECT: THE GAMBIA: IAEA REPORT ON IRANIAN COMPLIANCE WITH
UNSCR 1737

REF: STATE 23001

1. (SBU) Ambassador made reftel demarche February 26 to
Foreign Affairs Secretary of State (Foreign Minister) Bala
Garba Jahumpa, stressing Iran's failure to comply with UNSCR
1737 and ongoing defiance of the international community over
its nuclear activities. Ambassador urged the GOTG's support
for international efforts to dissuade Iran from its continued
defiance and secure its cooperation with the IAEA and
compliance with UNSCR 1737.

2. (SBU) Jahumpa took Ambassador's presentation on board, but
made no comment. We will report any substantive GOTG
response via septel.

STAFFORD

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