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Cablegate: Human Rights Vetting for Nesa Seminar - Mohamed

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UNCLAS SANAA 000785

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SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: MASS PREL PHUM YM
SUBJECT: HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING FOR NESA SEMINAR - MOHAMED
DARES

1. The following statement is provided to verify the human
rights vetting process: at this time the Embassy verified
that Post possesses no credible information of gross human
rights violations by:

DARES, Mohammed Hassan Nagi
DOB: 25 SEP 1949 Passport: 00847


2. Additionally the following human rights vetting
information is provided:

A. Specific assistance: Dares is a Brigadier General from
the Yemeni Army who will be attending the Senior Executive
seminar at the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic
Studies (NESA) from May 7 to 18.

B. Certifying country team official: Pol/Econ Chief Joey
Hood.

C. Current threat assessment: High.

D. This message grants country team approval on human rights
vetting requirements for Dares.
KHOURY

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