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Cablegate: Avian and Pandemic Influenza; State-Dod Contacts In

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TAGS: KFLU ECON MARR MASS CASC EAGR
SUBJECT: AVIAN AND PANDEMIC INFLUENZA; STATE-DOD CONTACTS IN
CROATIA

REF: STATE 37751

In response to reftel, State and DOD points of contact for avian flu
are:

State:
Until July 2007
Marlene M. Nice
ESTH Officer
Economic Section
Ph: 385-1-661-2255
Fax: 385-1-661-2178
Nicemm@state.gov

Beginning August 2007
Nicholas Berliner
Economic Officer
Ph: 385-1-661-2229
Fax: 385-1-661-2178
Berlinernr@state.gov

DOD:
LTC Michael Kaffka
Chief Officer
Office of Defense Cooperation
Ph: 385-1-661-2223
Fax: 385-1-661-2392
MKaffka@san.osd.mil


Dianna Bentley
Operations Coordinator
Defense Attache Office
Ph: 385-1-661-2268
Fax: 385-1-665-8945
Bentleydl@state.gov

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