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Cablegate: Burundi's Second Vice President to Lead Delegation

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SUBJECT: BURUNDI'S SECOND VICE PRESIDENT TO LEAD DELEGATION
AT AU SUMMIT

REF: SECSTATE 78471

Burundian Second Vice-President Gabriel Ntisezerana will lead
Burundi's delegation to the AU Summit in Accra the Director
of Information in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed
on June 27. Second-Vice President Ntisezerana will depart
Bujumbura June 29. Burundi's delegation also includes
Foreign Minister Antoinette Batumubwira. She departed Burundi
June 26 and is already in Accra. We have no further details
regarding other members of the delegation, or departure or
arrival times.
MOLLER

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