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Cablegate: Burundian Response to Un International

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DE RUEHJB #0181 0741540
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R 151540Z MAR 07
FM AMEMBASSY BUJUMBURA
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 0128
RUCNDT/USMISSION USUN NEW YORK 0003

UNCLAS BUJUMBURA 000181

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DEPT FOR AF/C, IO/MPR - BRIAN HACKETT; USUN FOR B. GARCIA

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AORC APER PREL PINR UNGA UNGA UNGA BY
SUBJECT: BURUNDIAN RESPONSE TO UN INTERNATIONAL
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE REFORMS

REF: STATE 31831

DCM on March 15 discussed proposed United Nations' reforms
to its internal system of Administration of Justice with
Ambassador Adolphe Nahayo, Director for International
Organizations at Burundi's Ministry of External Relations and
Cooperation. Ambassador Nahayo agreed on the need to study
carefully all consequences, both direct and indirect, of the
proposals, and he undertook to forward the U.S. position to
Burundi's mission in New York. Nahayo also noted that
Burundi's new Deputy Chief of Mission, Hermenegilde
Nkurabagaya, plans to leave Burundi for New York on March 16
to begin his posting at their UN mission.
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