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Cablegate: Leahy Vetting Request: Candidates for Advanced Security

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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: Candidates for Advanced Security
Studies at the Marshall Center 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 two Afghan National
Security Council (NSC) officials to participate in the Program for
Advanced Security Studies at the George C. Marshall Center in
Garmisch, Germany from September 14 to December 7, 2007. Post
possesses no derogatory information on these individuals. Post
requests Department's review of these candidates and response by
August 28, 2007.

3. Following are biographical data:

NAME: Nasrullah Zamir
F/NAME: Mohammad Dil
GRAND F/ NAME: Haji Mohammad Zamir
DOB: October 10, 1984
PLACE OF BIRTH: Kabul
ETHNICITY: Tajik
RANK: Media Officer and Technical Liaison Officer (SES or BG
equivalent)
AGENCY: Office of the National Security Council, Situation Room

NAME: Besmillah Mohammadi
F/NAME: Salman Ali
GRAND F/ NAME: Soltan Ali
DOB: December 8, 1973
PLACE OF BIRTH: Ghazni
ETHNICITY: Hazara
RANK: Analyst (COL equivalent)
AGENCY: Office of the National Security Council, Foreign Affairs
Directorate

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