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Cablegate: Request for Vetting Under Leahy Amendment Of

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DEPARTMENT PLEASE PASS TO EUR/WE, DRL FOR P SAWCHYN

E.O. 12958: N/A
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SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR VETTING UNDER LEAHY AMENDMENT OF
PORTUGUESE PERSONNEL

1. (U) This is an action request. Embassy Lisbon requests
the Department initiate a review of the following Portuguese
nationals:

NAME: Mario Rui Pacheco da Veiga
DOB: April 17, 1966
POB: Lisbon, Portugal
PASSPORT NUMBER: G449110
COURSE TITLE: International Maritime Officer Course
COURSE DATES: January 2 to April 4, 2008

NAME: Orlando Livio da Silva Delgado Freire
DOB: March 17, 1975
POB: Lubango, Angola (Portuguese nationality)
PASSPORT NUMBER: J202344
COURSE TITLE: Aerospace Physiology
COURSE DATES: January 24 to March 28, 2008

2. Embassy Lisbon has completed an internal vetting on the
individuals listed above and found no derogatory information.


3. The Department's prompt consideration and reply to this
request is greatly appreciated. The Embassy POC is Pol-Econ
Gina Felix, ph 351-21-770-2331.
Ballard

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