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Cablegate: Estonia: Demarche On the Election to the Committee

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: UNGA PHUM PREL EN
SUBJECT: ESTONIA: DEMARCHE ON THE ELECTION TO THE COMMITTEE
ON THE ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION DELIVERED

REF: 157656

1. (SBU) On November 21, Polecoff delivered reftel points
and a corresponding Diplomatic Note to Veikko Kala of the
Ministry of Foreign Affair's International Organizations
and Regional Cooperation Division. Kala responded that the
Government of Estonia (GOE) has not yet reached a decision
on which candidate they are going to support. Kala
indicated the GOE would be better prepared to discuss this
issue in January , closer to the date of the election.

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