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Cablegate: Lithuania: Eu Still Discussing Iaea Israel Agenda

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TAGS: PARM PREL IAEA LH IS
SUBJECT: LITHUANIA: EU STILL DISCUSSING IAEA ISRAEL AGENDA
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REF: SECSTATE 119672

We delivered reftel points to Rimgaile Karciauskaite, Second
Secretary in the MFA's Arms Control, Non-proliferation and

SIPDIS
Disarmament Division, on September 6. She said that the EU
was still involved in discussions in Vienna and she had not
heard anything official. She said a consensus looked
unlikely, but EU support for a "no action" motion may still
be possible. She said the GOL would follow the EU lead if it
supports a "no action" motion, but has not considered this
issue directly.
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