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Cablegate: Request for Vetting Under Leahy Amendment Of

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INFO RUFGTSP/USEUCOM VAIHINGEN GE

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DEPARTMENT PLEASE PASS TO EUR/WE, INR FOR D ARMITAGE, DRL
FOR P SAWCHYN

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: MASS MARR MOPS PHUM PO
SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR VETTING UNDER LEAHY AMENDMENT OF
PORTUGUESE PERSONNEL


1. (U) This is an action request. Embassy Lisbon requests
the Department initiate a review of the following Portuguese
nationals so that they may attend an OFT Simulator Training
program from March 3-17, 2007:

NAME: Luis Duraes
DOB: 29-JUN-1963
POB: Santiago do Cacem, Portugal
PPT NUMBER: V016214

NAME: Paulo Americo Oliveira Costa
DOB: 16-JUL-1969
POB: Vila do Conde, Portugal
PPT NUMBER: H148769

NAME: Antonio da Costa Leao Fernandes Nico
DOB: 22-APR-1979
POB: S. Jorge/Arroios
PPT NUMBER: J101231

NAME: Joao Verissimo Figueiredo Pinho
DOB: 13-JUL-1985
POB: Oliveira de Azemeis
PPT NUMBER: V100656

NAME: Rui Jorge Santos Lopes
DOB: 13-APR-1963
POB: Tabua
PPT NUMBER: G583591

NAME: Rui Joaquim Subtil Rego
DOB: 06-FEB-1966
POB: Crato e Martires
PPT NUMBER: G207619

NAME: Manuel Antonio Ramalho Antunes
DOB: 08-OCT-1966
POB: Almada
PPT NUMBER: G573088

NAME: Alcino Carreiras Correia
DOB: 01-FEB-1964
POB: Avis
PPT NUMBER: 01-FEB-1964

NAME: Norberto Armando Machado da Costa
DOB: 13-APR-1974
POB: Angola (city unknown)
PPT NUMBER: G452852

2. Embassy Lisbon has completed an internal vetting on the
individuals listed above and found no derogatory information.


3. The Department's prompt consideration and reply to this
request is greatly appreciated. The Embassy POC is Pol-Econ
Gina Felix, ph 351-21-770-2331.
Hoffman

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