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Cablegate: Luxembourg On Export Credits to Iran

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DEPT FOR EB/IFD/ODF; EB/IFO/OMA; NEA/IR; IO/T

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL FIN MNUC EXIM OECD UNSC IR LU
SUBJECT: LUXEMBOURG ON EXPORT CREDITS TO IRAN

REF: STATE 4760

The MFA reviewed its records and informed Post that
Luxembourg does not extend export credits to Iran. In past
meetings, MFA officials have consistently said they firmly
support a tough sanction program against Iran.
WAGNER

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