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Cablegate: Estonian Foreign Minister to Attend 62nd Unga

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TAGS: PREL ITRA OVIP KSEP UNGA EN
SUBJECT: ESTONIAN FOREIGN MINISTER TO ATTEND 62ND UNGA

REF: STATE 101170

(SBU) On July 24, we delivered reftel points to Minna-
Liina Lind, MFA Acting Director for International
Cooperation and Organizations, and Veiko Kala, MFA UN
Desk Officer. Kala told us that the MFA will not be
able to provide a complete list of the Estonian
delegation to the United Nation's 62nd General Assembly
(UNGA) by August 1. However, Kala said that Foreign
Minister Urmas Paet's participation is confirmed. She
also noted that the MFA is waiting for confirmation from
the President's Office on whether President Toomas
Hendrik Ilves will attend the 62nd UNGA. Kala promised
to send us this information as soon as they have it.

GOLDSTEIN

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