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Cablegate: Registration for 2007 Usnato/Useu Pol-Mil

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AMGT EZ MARR NATO PREL
SUBJECT: REGISTRATION FOR 2007 USNATO/USEU POL-MIL
WORKSHOP, SEPTEMBER 19-21

REF: USNATO 00465

Patrick Ellsworth will represent Embassy Prague at the 2007
USNATO/USEU POL-MIL Workshop September 19-21. Following is
his registration information.

Michael Patrick Ellsworth
Pol-Mil Officer
Top Secret Clearance
Telephone 420 257 022 306 (please note that Mr. Ellsworth
will not be at post until September 17)
FAX 420 257 022 808
ellsworthmp@state.gov
Arrival in Brussels September 18; departing Brussels
September 21
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