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Cablegate: Leahy Amendment Vetting Cable for Imet Program

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STATE FOR EUR/NCE: AARON JENSEN

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM MASS MARR PINR RO
SUBJECT: LEAHY AMENDMENT VETTING CABLE FOR IMET PROGRAM
FROM 29 JUNE 2007 TO 28 SEPTEBER, 2007


1. (U) Post found no information to indicate that the below
named individual has been involved in or accused of any human
rights abuses pursuant to the Leahy Amendment-mandated human
rights checks requirements. Post requests that the Department
check its records for any information indicating involvement
in or accusations of human rights abuses on the part of
following officer proposed to participate in USG sponsored
training:

Name: ROTARU, Cezar-Petre
Date of Birth: 22 September 1980
Place of Birth: Campina
Purpose: Attend "Ranger Course."


2. (SBU) This message constitutes response to an ODC request
for human rights vetting of a Romanian officer invited as an
attendee at "Ranger course," IMET program from June 29, 2007
to September 28, 2007.

3. (U) The POC at Post is PolOff John Moor. Contact
information: (40-21) 200-3321; moorj@state.gov

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