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Cablegate: Lithuania Welcomes Update of Unscrs 1737 and 1747

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R 091153Z JUL 07
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INFO RUEATRS/DEPT OF TREASURY WASHINGTON DC

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SUBJECT: LITHUANIA WELCOMES UPDATE OF UNSCRS 1737 AND 1747

REF: SECSTATE 89511

We delivered reftel points to Martynas Lukosevicius, attache
in the MFA's Arms Control, Non-proliferation, and Disarmament
Division, on July 2. He said he would share our points with
relevant institutions. He added that he did not think the
GOL had any additional information, but would provide us with
it, if he found any.
CLOUD

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