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Cablegate: Latvian First Lady Will Be in New York September 24

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INFO RUCNDT/USMISSION USUN NEW YORK 0083

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STATE FOR IO/EDA (SHARON KOTOK), PROTOCOL (AMY LITTLE)

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL SOCI TSPL UNGA LG
SUBJECT: LATVIAN FIRST LADY WILL BE IN NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 24

REF: A) STATE 104172 B) RIGA 565

1. (SBU) On July 30, post delivered ref A points on Mrs. Bush's
Literacy and Health event in New York City to Latvian President
Zatlers' office. The President and his wife, Lilita Zatlere, plan to
be in New York City September 22 - 27 (ref B); the President's
office expressed interest in the Literacy and Health event, but was
unable to confirm Mrs. Zatlere's participation at this time.

BAILEY

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