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Cablegate: Macedonia Supports U.S. Position On Release Of

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FM AMEMBASSY SKOPJE
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INFO RUEHZL/EUROPEAN POLITICAL COLLECTIVE
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TAGS: PREF PTER AF IT MK
SUBJECT: MACEDONIA SUPPORTS U.S. POSITION ON RELEASE OF
TALIBAN PRISONERS

REF: STATE 36204

(U) P/E Chief delivered reftel points on the release of
Taliban prisoners in Afghanistan to MFA State Counselor for
Bilateral Relations with Non-European Countries Vasko Grkov
on March 27. Grkov said the GOM supports the U.S. position
on opposing any concessions to terrorist groups.
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