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Cablegate: Leahy Vetting Request: Marshall Center Afghanistan-Pakistan

VZCZCXYZ0009
PP RUEHWEB

DE RUEHBUL #2383 2070406
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
P 260406Z JUL 07
FM AMEMBASSY KABUL
TO SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 9287

UNCLAS KABUL 002383

SIPDIS

SIPDIS

DEPT FOR SCA/RA (JBRENNIG), SCA/A, DRL, INL/CNPR

E.O. 12958 N/A
TAGS: PHUM SNAR PINR PTER AF
SUBJECT: LEAHY VETTING REQUEST: Marshall Center Afghanistan-Pakistan
Workshop II


1. This is an action request - see paragraph 2.

2. In order to comply with Leahy human rights vetting requirements,
this cable forwards the names and biodata of four Afghan national
security officials who will participate in an Afghanistan-Pakistan
confidence-building workshop at the Marshall Center from September
16-28, 2007. Post possesses no derogatory information on these
individuals. Post requests Department's review of these candidates
and response by August 16, 2007.

3. Following are biographical data:

Name: Mohammad Dawood
Father Name: Mirajan
Grand Father Name: Mir Afzal
DOB: 2/3/1970
POB: Kabul
Ethnicity: Tajik
Agency: Afghan National Police (ANP), Ministry of Interior
Rank: LTC, Staff Officer for First Deputy Interior Minister

Name: Wali Khan
Father Name: Balo Khan
Grand Father Name: Abdul Karim
YOB: 1954 (date unavailable)
POB: Konarha
Ethnicity: Pashtun
Agency: Afghan Border Police
Rank: COL, Director of Operations

Name: Wakil Ahmad
Father Name: Mohammad Osam
Grand Father Name: Haji Ramazan
DOB: 01/01/1972
POD: Herat
Ethnicity: Tajik
Agency: ANP
Rank: LTC, Deputy Chief of ANP Recruiting

Name: Abdul Wasi
Father Name: Abdul Raouf
Grand Father Name: Mohammad Hakim
DOB: 1985
POB: Kabul
Ethnicity: Tajik
Agency: ANP Counter-Terrorism Department
Rank: COL

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