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Cablegate: Visas Viper: October 2007 Monthly Activity Report

UNCLAS ZAGREB 00992

SIPDIS
R 051216Z NOV 07

FM AMEMBASSY ZAGREB
TO SECSTATE WASHDC 8292

UNCLAS ZAGREB 000992

SIPDIS

DEPT FOR INR/TIPOFF, CA/VO/L/C

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: CVIS CMGT PINR PTER ASEC PREL KVPR HR
SUBJECT: VISAS VIPER: OCTOBER 2007 MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT


Embassy Zagreb's Visas Viper Committee held its regular monthly
meeting on November 5, 2007. No new Viper cases were generated
during the month of October 2007. Committee participants had no
questions on Visas Viper Program policies or procedures. Post has
not submitted a Visas Viper name since 2004 (04 Zagreb 1655). VVP
post coordinator is Consul Ruta Elvikis.
BRADTKE

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