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Cablegate: Canada Agrees to Hca Negotiations Meetings

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SUBJECT: CANADA AGREES TO HCA NEGOTIATIONS MEETINGS

REF: STATE 138514

(SBU) According to Louis-Philippe Sylvestre, Deputy Director
(Chemical and Biological Weapons) in the Non-Proliferation
and Disarmament Division of Department of Foreign Affairs and
International Trade, Canada's Deputy PermRep in the Hague
Angela Peart will meet with U.S. officials to discuss
technical issues concerning the current HCA draft on the
margins of the Chemical Weapons Convention November 5-9 in
The Hague. Sylvestre suggested the two missions in The Hague
best coordinate the timing and venue of the meetings.

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