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Cablegate: Exbs: Invitation for Grp Officials to Participate In

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TO SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 8291

UNCLAS MANILA 003148

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SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ETTC PARM PREL KSTC RP
SUBJECT: EXBS: INVITATION FOR GRP OFFICIALS TO PARTICIPATE IN
UGA-CITS EXPORT CONTROL ACADEMY

REF: STATE 121370

1. Econ officers invited four Philippine Government officials to
participate in training at the University of Georgia's Center for
International Trade and Security (UGA-CITS) Export Control Academy,
October 1-12, 2007 as per reftel. The invited officials named in
reftel who could not participate in the workshop nominated
replacements as follows:

-- Jerome M. Turga, Special Assistant to the Undersecretary, Office
of the Undersecretary for Legal Affairs and Special Concerns,
Department of National Defense (replacement for Gladys Mauro
Cagadoc).

-- Emmarita Z. Mijares, Deputy Executive Director, Philippine
Exporters Confederation (original candidate)

-- Reynaldo S, Nicolas, Deputy Commissioner, Bureau of Customs
(replacement for Louis C. Adviento).

-- Carmela G. Magpantay, Legal Officer, Division Chief Office for
Transportation Security, Department of Transportation and
Communication (replacement for Cecilio Resuma Penilla).

#KENNEY

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