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Cablegate: Czech Republic Supports Zoellick Nomination For

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SUBJECT: CZECH REPUBLIC SUPPORTS ZOELLICK NOMINATION FOR
WORLD BANK PRESIDENT

REF: STATE 73691

(SBU) Czech Ministry of Finance EU and International
Relations Department Director Eva Anderova confirmed to
econoff June 6 that the Czechs support Robert Zoellick's
candidacy as President of the World Bank. Anderova said the
Ministry even had a draft congratulatory letter ready to go.
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