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Cablegate: Continued Service by Croatian Police at the Jordan Intl

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: MOPS PINR SNAR KCRM JO HR
SUBJECT: CONTINUED SERVICE BY CROATIAN POLICE AT THE JORDAN INTL
POLICE TRAINING CENTER (JIPTC)

REF: STATE 40898

Pol Off discussed 30 March with Asst Min of Foreign Affairs Pjer
Simunovic, who reported that extension was already under
consideration in GoC. He also expressed unofficial interest in
exploring possibility of GoC providing additional trainers from
Croatian correctional facilities, given JIPTC's new focus on
corrections officers.

BRADTKE

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