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Cablegate: Country Clearance Request for Rso James Doherty

VZCZCXRO3527
RR RUEHAP
DE RUEHWL #0300 1030403
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
R 130403Z APR 07
FM AMEMBASSY WELLINGTON
TO RUEHAP/AMEMBASSY APIA 0336
INFO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 4138

UNCLAS WELLINGTON 000300

SIPDIS

SENSITIVE
SIPDIS

APIA FOR GEORGE COLVIN

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ASEC
SUBJECT: COUNTRY CLEARANCE REQUEST FOR RSO JAMES DOHERTY
AND FSNI RAY MILLAR FOR TRAVEL TO APIA, SAMOA, APRIL 16-20
2007


1. (SBU) Country Clearance is requested for Embassy
Wellington Regional Security Officer (RSO) James P. Doherty
and Foreign Service National Investigator (FSNI) Ray Millar
for travel to Apia, Samoa during the period of April 16-20
2007. The purpose of this trip is provide constituent post
services and to meet with the Samoan police regarding an
ongoing investigation.


2. (U) If there are any questions regarding this visit,
please contact Wellington RSO James Doherty ( 64 4 462 6110).
McCormick

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