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Cablegate: Turkish Mfa On Bsec and Environmental Protection Symposium

VZCZCXRO8920
RR RUEHDA
DE RUEHAK #1934/01 2081545
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
R 271545Z JUL 07 ZFR
FM AMEMBASSY ANKARA
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 3176
INFO RUEHIT/AMCONSUL ISTANBUL 3077
RUEHDA/AMCONSUL ADANA 2171

UNCLAS SECTION 01 OF 02 ANKARA 001934

SIPDIS

AMEMBASSY ATHENS
AMEMBASSY KYIV
AMEMBASSY SOFIA
AMEMBASSY BUCHAREST
AMEMBASSY TBILISI
AMEMBASSY YEREVAN
AMEMBASSY BAKU
AMEMBASSY CHISINAU

SENSITIVE
SIPDIS

REF: A) SECSTATE 91451, B) ISTANBUL 000565

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ECIN SENV TU
SUBJECT: Turkish MFA on BSEC and Environmental Protection Symposium


ANKARA 00001934 001.2 OF 002


ZFR ZFR ZFR ZFR ZFR ZFR

PLEASE ZFR THE ABOVE ANKARA 1934 AND ALL ASSOCIATED
MCNS. CABLE WILL BE RESENT UNDER NEW MRN.

ZFR ZFR ZFR ZFR ZFR ZFR


ANKARA 00001934 002.2 OF 002


ZFR ZFR ZFR ZFR ZFR ZFR

PLEASE ZFR THE ABOVE ANKARA 1934 AND ALL ASSOCIATED
MCNS. CABLE WILL BE RESENT UNDER A NEW MRN.

ZFR ZFR ZFR ZFR ZFR ZFR

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