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Cablegate: Fiscal Data for Environmental Law Enforcement Workshop In

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DE RUEHBR #1380 2011752
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R 201752Z JUL 07
FM AMEMBASSY BRASILIA
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 9554
RUEHPE/AMEMBASSY LIMA 3521

UNCLAS BRASILIA 001380

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LIMA FOR ROBERT GOLBERG
STATE FOR OES/EX, WHA/EX, AND OES/PCI/LSPERLING

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TAGS: SENV OTRA VE BR
SUBJECT: FISCAL DATA FOR ENVIRONMENTAL LAW ENFORCEMENT WORKSHOP IN
LIMA


The following fiscal data is being provided by the Regional
Environmental Hub for expenditures (detailed below) for the
Environmental Law Enforcement Workshop to be held August 20-24 in
Lima (Peru).

19-726/7103715-1008-7a0926-021000-2403-4121 Total expenditures
should not exceed USD7,850.

a. Hotel expenses and meals and incidental expenses will be paid for
8 days/7nights for 2 EPA Trainers (Davis Jones and Jorge Martinez;
USD700 hotel expenses each and USD600 M&IE each), for 7days/6nights
for 2 Colombia Trainers (Jesus Solano and Gloria Valenzuela; USD600
hotel expenses each and USD520 M&IE each), and 6days/5nights for 2
Ecuador participants (Roberto Cazco and Irma Suarez; USD500 hotel
expenses each and USD440 M&IE each). Total not to exceed USD 6720.

NOTE: Round trip tickets for each of the above mentioned
participants have been purchased by the Regional Environmental HUB
Office in Brasilia and have been sent via e-mail to each
individual.

b. Lunch for 21 trainees at a cost of USD6 (six dollars) per meal
for 5 days. Total not to exceed USD630.

c. USD 500 for miscellaneous expenses (e.g. purchase of CD-ROMS,
photographer, etc.).

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