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Cablegate: Czechs - Paying Attention to Developments In

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SUBJECT: CZECHS - PAYING ATTENTION TO DEVELOPMENTS IN
VENEZUELA

REF: STATE 154674

(SBU) Embassy Officials spoke with Jarmila Povejsilova of the
Czech MFA Office of the Americas related to the recent
anti-democratic developments in Venezuela. She acknowledged
that the Czech government is following the proposed
constitutional changes and the growing dissent within
Venezuela and that they quite clearly see the worrying
international implications of this trend. Povejsilova also
indicated that Venezuela is on the minds of many EU member
states and Venezuela be discussed at the early December EU
Working Group Meeting on Latin America.
Graber

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