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Cablegate: Fp/Secvet Completion From Embassy Phnom Penh

VZCZCXYZ0007
OO RUEHWEB

DE RUEHPF #1168 2560333
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
O 130333Z SEP 07
FM AMEMBASSY PHNOM PENH
TO RUEHBK/AMEMBASSY BANGKOK IMMEDIATE 2416
RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHINGTON DC IMMEDIATE 0000
INFO RUEHUL/AMEMBASSY SEOUL PRIORITY 0646

UNCLAS PHNOM PENH 001168

SIPDIS

SENSITIVE

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT FOR PRM AND EAP/MLS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM PREF CB
SUBJECT: FP/SECVET COMPLETION FROM EMBASSY PHNOM PENH

REF: A. PHNOM PENH 927

B. PHNOM PENH 924

REF: North Korea

LOCATION: Phnom Penh

1. (U) This cable replaces Phnom Penh 1155.

2. (SBU) Five individuals had their fingerprints cleared on
September 7, 2007 and have been security vetted by ROK on
September 7, 2007. The individuals' bio info is listed in
paras. 3-7 below.

3. (SBU) (Last Name) Kim, (First Name) Uk Chul, (DOB)
September 15, 1979, (UNHCR#/OPE#) 935;

4. (SBU) (Last Name) Yoon, (First Name) Ok Sun, (DOB) August
23, 1973, (UNHCR#/OPE#) 934;

5. (SBU) (Last Name) Yun, (First Name) Ok Hwan, (DOB) May 22,
1977, (UNHCR#/OPE#) NONE;

6. (SBU) (Last Name) Kim, (First Name) Su Chol, (DOB) June 5,
1970, (UNHCR#/OPE#) NONE;

7. (SBU) (Last Name) Kim, (First Name) Myong, (DOB) September
3, 1970 (UNHCR#/OPE#) NONE.

8. (U) ACTION REQUEST: Post requests the Bangkok Refugee
Coordinator to authorize the Overseas Processing Entity (OPE)
to expedite pre-screening and processing, and for the OPE to
come to Phnom Penh for processing Sept. 18 and 19, in advance
of a scheduled Department of Homeland Security team visit
Sept. 19 to 21.
MUSSOMELI

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