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Cablegate: Approved: Extension of Subobligations Terminal

VZCZCXYZ0017
PP RUEHWEB

DE RUEHC #5924 0602325
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
P 012317Z MAR 07
FM SECSTATE WASHDC
TO AMEMBASSY BANGKOK PRIORITY 2723

UNCLAS STATE 025924

SIPDIS

SENSITIVE
SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: SNAR AFIN AMGT TH
SUBJECT: APPROVED: EXTENSION OF SUBOBLIGATIONS TERMINAL
DATES

REF: A. 06 BANGKOK 007450

B. 06 BANGKOK 006242
C. 03 STATE 263244
D. STATE 022265

1. (U) This is an action request cable. See paragraph 4.

2. (SBU) INL approves post's requests to reprogram the
project
cited in ref A, and approves post's request in ref B to
extend the
terminal dates of those projects listed in paragraph 2 to
September 30, 2007. INL directs, in conformity with the
policy set
out in ref D, that no/no funds be spent to directly benefit
RTG's
Anti-Money Laundering Office, nor on cash courier training,
until
formal clearance is given from Washington.

3. (SBU) An extension of the terminal date to September 30,
2007,
has been granted to the following INL-Bangkok projects of
fiscal
years 2003-2005:

Fiscal Year 2003
Project Number Project Title
03161210 Drug Law Enforcement
03161407 Opium Poppy Crop Control
03163918 Criminal Justice Sector (Country)
03164905 Trafficking in Persons
03164909 ILEA
03164912 Criminal Justice Sector (Central)

Fiscal Year 2004
Project Number Project Title
03161008 Regional Drug and Crime Control
03161210 Drug Law Enforcement
03161407 Opium Poppy Crop Control
03161806 Drug Demand Reduction
03162802 Drug Demand Reduction (Central)
03163913 Anti-Money Laundering (Country)
03163918 Criminal Justice Sector (Country)
03164904 Intellectual Property Crime
03164905 Trafficking in Persons
03164909 ILEA
03165211 Special Investigative Unit Project

Fiscal Year 2005
Project Number Project Title
03161210 Drug Law Enforcement
03162802 Drug Demand Reduction (Central)
03163918 Criminal Justice Sector (Country)
03164916 Measures Against Corruption
03164909 ILEA
03165211 Special Investigative Unit Project

4. (SBU) INL authorizes the reprogramming of USD 240,000
from
FY03 Drug Law Enforcement (03161210) to FY03 Crop Control
(03161407). ACTION REQUEST. Post is requested to scan the
executed LOA revision face sheets into pdf files and send the
pdfs to BouldinCE(at)state.gov, and send the physical
originals
to INL/AAE SA-4 South Room 150 attention Charles Bouldin.
END ACTION REQUEST.

5. (U) Projects not listed in paragraph 3 but requested in
ref B are being reviewed.

6. (U) INL thanks post for its continued support of INL
programs.
RICE

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