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Cablegate: Avian Influenza -- State and Dod Contacts

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SUBJECT: Avian Influenza -- State and DOD Contacts

REF: STATE 37751

1. For G/AIAG Hollis Summers

Embassy Nigeria Contacts on Avian Influenza

State:

Economic Counselor Necia Quast
E-mail: QuastNL@state.gov
Phone: 234-9-461-4119

Department of Defense:

Office of Defense Cooperation
ODC Chief Luis Perozo
E-mail: PerozoL@state.gov
Phone: 234-9-461-4168
or
ODC Deputy Chief Mahlon Burket
E-mail: BurketMM@state.gov
Phone: 234-9-461-4031

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