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Cablegate: Demarche On Candidacy of David Walker for Iaac

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SUBJECT: DEMARCHE ON CANDIDACY OF DAVID WALKER FOR IAAC
DELIVERED

REF: STATE 146857

Reftel demarche was delivered to Amadou Toure, the Foreign
Ministry's Deputy Director for Political Affairs, on October
24. We also provided the Foreign Ministry with the French
translation of Mr. Walker's biographic information. Mr.
Toure took note of the talking points and promised to convey
our message to his superiors.
McCulley

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