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Cablegate: Secstate Human Rights Vetting Approval For

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DE RUEHC #4903 1312122
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O 112116Z MAY 07
FM SECSTATE WASHDC
TO AMEMBASSY TOKYO IMMEDIATE 8170

UNCLAS STATE 064903

SIPDIS

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: JA MARR MOPS PGOV PHUM
SUBJECT: SECSTATE HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING APPROVAL FOR
PARTICIPATION OF JAPANESE OFFICER IN NATIONAL WAR COLLEGE
TRAINING

REF: TOKYO 2052

1. As requested reftel, the Department has reviwed its
files and finds no credible information of gross violations
of human rights by the individual named in paragraph 2,
below, as of this date, who has been selected to
participate in U.S.-sponsored training at the National
War College at Fort McNair, Washington, D.C.

2. Name: KAKIHARA, Kuriharu
Position: Colonel (O-6), JASDF, Air Staff College
Service Number: AO26-164542
DOB: 1964 Dec 01
POB: Kanagawa, Japan
Type of Training: National War College, International Fellow
Location of Training: National Defense University, Fort
McNair, Washington D.C.
Dates of Training: June 11, 2007 - June 12, 2008.
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