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Cablegate: Portugal's Updated 62nd Unga Attendee List

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SUBJECT: PORTUGAL'S UPDATED 62ND UNGA ATTENDEE LIST

REF: LISBON 1940

1. Per reftel, attached is the requested information on
Portugal's participation at UNGA:

A. Head of State Anibal Cavaco Silva (Not attending)

B. Head of Government Jose Socrates will attend UNGA on
September 25-27. He will be arriving on/about September 24
and departing o/a September 27. Socrates has no spouse and no
translator is needed.

C. Foreign Minister Luis Amado will be attending UNGA
September 25. He plans to arrive on or about September 24 and
depart o/a September 27. FM Amado's spouse will not travel
with him and no translator is needed.

D. Attendance of other host country VIPs.
- Joao Gomes Cravinho, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
and Cooperation
- Humberto Rosa, Secretary of State for Environment
- Ambassador Vasco Bramao Ramos, DG for Political Affairs
- Ambassador Manuel Marcelo Curto, Coordinator of the
Portuguese Presidency of the EU for Central Asia and Southern
Caucaus
- Ambassador Antonio Tanger Correa, Coordinator of the
Portuguese Presidency of the EU for the Western Balkans
- Ambassador Luis de Almeida Sampaio, Coordinator of the
Portuguese Presidency of the EU for the Middle East Peace
Process
- Antonio Ricoca Freire, Under-DG for Political Affairs
- Francisco Ribeiro de Menezes, Head of Cabinet of the
Minister of State and Foreign Affairs
- Paula Santos, Head of Cabinet of the Secretary of State of
Foreign Affairs and Cooperation
- Jose Almeida Ribeiro, Political Adviser of the Prime
Minister
- Jorge Roza de Oliveira, Diplomatic Adviser of the Prime
Minister
- Luis Bernardo, Press Adviser of the Prime Minister
- Patricia Cadeiras, Adviser of the Prime Minister
- Sergio Alves, Adviser of the Prime Minister
- Joao Ribeiro de Almeida, Director of the Department for
Common Foreign and Security Policy, MFA
- Gabriela Soares de Albergaria, Dir. of the Department for
Asian and Oceania Affairs, MFA
- Helena Paiva, Director of the Department for International
Political Affairs, MFA
- Paulo Chaves, Director of the Department of Protocol, MFA
- Rita Laranjinha, Adviser of the Minister of State and
Foreign Affairs,
- Paula Mascarenhas, Adviser of the Minister of State and
Foreign Affairs,
- Tiago Antunes, Adviser of the Secretary of State Assistant
to the Prime Minister
- Fausto Brito e Abreu, Adviser to the Secretary of State for
the Environment
- Joana Mayer, Technical Adviser, Department of Protocol, MFA
- Miguel Maia do Vale, Technical Advisor, Dept for
International Political Affairs, MFA
- Francisco Nunes, Security for the Prime Minister
- Rafael Dias, Security for the Prime Minister
- Ricardo Oliveira, Photographer of the Prime Minister
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