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Cablegate: Serbia to Work with International Community for a Stable Iraq

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SUBJECT: SERBIA TO WORK WITH INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY FOR A STABLE IRAQ

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(SBU) MFA Head of the Office for Iran, Iraq and Gulf Countries
Valije Petkovic, in response to reftel points, told poloff on
November 30, that the Government of Serbia would continue to work
with Iraq and the international community to ensure a stable
environment in Iraq.

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