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Cablegate: Mission Vietnam Contacts -- Pandemic Influenza National

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RR RUEHHM
DE RUEHHI #0611 0910429
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
R 010429Z APR 07
FM AMEMBASSY HANOI
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 5020
INFO RUEHHM/AMCONSUL HO CHI MINH 2824

UNCLAS HANOI 000611

SIPDIS

SIPDIS

STATE PASS TO G/AIAG (HSUMMERS)

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: KFLU MARR MASS CASC
SUBJECT: MISSION VIETNAM CONTACTS -- PANDEMIC INFLUENZA NATIONAL
IMPLEMENTATION PLAN (NIP)


REF: SECSTATE 037751

1. Pursuant to reftel, Mission Vietnam has designated the following
persons as its main points of contact on avian and pandemic
influenza:

-- Mr. Nathan Sage, ESTH Officer (State Hanoi Representative), who
may be reached at (84)(4) 772-1500 (ext. 2233), mobile (84)(90)
345-7801 or e-mail at SageNN@state.gov;

-- Mr. Kenneth Chern, Deputy Principal Officer (State Ho Chi Minh
City Representative), who may be reached at (84) (8) 822-9433 (ext.
2204), mobile (84)(90) 300-4024 or e-mail at ChernKS@state.gov;

-- Colonel Mark Chakwin, Defense Attache (DOD Representative), who
may be reached at (84)(4) 772-1500 (ext. 2266), mobile (84)(90)
342-2586 or e-mail at ChakwinMB@state.gov; and,

-- CAPT Michael Iademarco (HHS Representative), who may be reached
at (84)(4) 831-4580(ext. 108), mobile (84)(90) 344- 4064 or e-mail
at IademarcoMF@state.gov.


2. Mission Vietnam will update this roster should there be any
change in nominated personnel or associated contact data.

Aloisi

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