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STATE FOR NEA/IPA BELGRADE AND EEB/IFD/ODF DEMARCELLUS;
USAID FOR ANE/MEA MCCLOUD AND RAGLAND; ODP FOR O'MEARA

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SUBJECT: EU REPRESENTATION AT PARIS DONORS' CONFERENCE

REF: STATE 163955

1.(SBU) Post delivered demarche in reftel to European
Commission (EC) and Council interlocutors. The EU delegation
to the Paris Donors' Conference will consist of:

Javier Solana, High Representative/Secretary General of the
European Council

Benita Ferrero-Waldner, European Commissioner for External
Relations and European Neighborhood Policy

Marc Otte, EU Special Representative for the Middle East
Peace Process

Hugues Mingarelli, Deputy Director General, European
Commission Directorate General for External Relations and
European Neighborhood Policy

Marcus Cornaro, Director for Europe, Southern Mediterranean,
Middle East, and European Neighborhood Policy, DG EuropeAid

Christian Jouret, Head of Middle East Task Force, Council
Secretariat

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(TBC) John Kjaer, Head of EC Delegation in Jerusalem

Christina Gallach, Spokesperson for Javier Solana

Rosemary Davis, Political Adviser to Marc Otte

Cherif Castel, Political Adviser to Marc Otte

Belen Martinez Carbonell, Member of Cabinet for
Ferrero-Waldner

Andrea Fontana, Desk Officer for West Bank/Gaza

Concha Fernandez de la Puente, Press Officer

2. (SBU) Contacts at the Commission have reported that the EC
will pledge approximately 400 million (USD 588 million) of
which some EUR 60 million (USD 88 million) will be for
humanitarian assistance.

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