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Cablegate: Ecuador Demarche Response: Committee On The

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TAGS: PHUM PREL UNGA EC
SUBJECT: ECUADOR DEMARCHE RESPONSE: COMMITTEE ON THE
ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION

REF: STATE 157655

(SBU) Poloff delivered reftel points, curriculum vitae (CV)
on U.S. candidate Pierre-Richard Prosper, and a copy of our
diplomatic note on November 20 to Lourdes Puma, MFA Director
General of Multilateral Affairs. Official diplomatic note
will be delivered via normal diplomatic channels. Puma said
that she was aware of Mr. Prosper's candidacy and appreciated
his work on the Committee, but would not be able to respond
as she understood that the deadline for candidates was in
December. Post will follow-up at a later date.
JEWELL

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