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Cablegate: Tanzanian Delegation to Au Summit in Accra, Ghana

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DEPT FOR AF/RSA JKELLEY; AF/E FOR BYODER

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL TZ
SUBJECT: TANZANIAN DELEGATION TO AU SUMMIT IN ACCRA, GHANA

REF: STATE 078471

1. (SBU) President Jakaya Kikwete and Minister for Foreign
Affairs and International Cooperation Bernard Membe will both
attend the July 1-3 African Union Summit in Accra, Ghana.
The delegation's point of contact in Accra is Protocol
Officer Abdallah Kilima, who may be reached by telephone in
Accra at 233 027 66 71 944. We are still awaiting a
complete list of delegates.
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