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Cablegate: Demarche On Building International Support For

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SUBJECT: DEMARCHE ON BUILDING INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT FOR
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REF: STATE 34009

Post faxed reftel demarche to Olga Fonseca in the Office of
African Affairs of the Vice Ministry for Africa on March 30.
Poloff attempted to contact Fonseca to discuss the talking
points, but her assistant indicated she would not be
available for comments. No substantive response is expected.

BROWNFIELD

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