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Cablegate: Request for Vetting Under Leahy Amendment Of

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DEPARTMENT PLEASE PASS TO EUR/WE, DRL FOR P SAWCHYN

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SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR VETTING UNDER LEAHY AMENDMENT OF
PORTUGUESE PERSONNEL CARLOS ALBERTO FERREIRA ANTUNES


1. (U) This is an action request. Embassy Lisbon requests
the Department initiate a review of the following Portuguese
national:

NAME: Carlos Alberto Ferreira Antunes
DOB: April 25, 1982
POB: Vale Formoso, Covilha, Portugal
PASSPORT NUMBER: V100264
Course Title: CIWS MK-15MOD 11/14 OP/MT
Course Dates: May-November 2007 (exact dates TBD)

2. Embassy Lisbon has completed an internal vetting on the
individual listed above and found no derogatory information.

3. The Department's prompt consideration and reply to this
request is greatly appreciated. The Embassy POC is Pol-Econ
Gina Felix, ph 351-21-770-2331.
Hoffman

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