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Cablegate: Information On Terrorism Finance Coordination

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DE RUEHLGB #1112 3441402
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
P 101402Z DEC 07
FM AMEMBASSY KIGALI
TO SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 4961

UNCLAS KIGALI 001112

SIPDIS

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT FOR EEB/ESC/TFS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EFIN ETTC PTER KTFN RW
SUBJECT: INFORMATION ON TERRORISM FINANCE COORDINATION
OFFICERS

REF: SECSTATE 164437

1. (U) Embassy Kigali submits the following information on
our Terrorism Finance Coordination Officer (TFCO) and Deputy
TFCO:

TFCO: Richard Kaminski
Title: Chief, Political/Economic Section
Phone: 250 505 601 x3304
Unclassified email: KaminskiRM@state.gov

SIPDIS
Classified email: KaminskiRM@state.sgov.gov

Deputy TFCO (until 04/01/08): Jennifer Orrico
Title: Political Officer
Phone: 250 505 601 x3311
Unclassified email: OrricoJL@state.gov

SIPDIS
Classified email: OrricoJL@state.sgov.gov

Deputy TFCO (after 04/01/08): Alexander Sokoloff
Title: Economic Officer
Phone: 250 505 601
Unclassified email: SokoloffAW@state.gov

SIPDIS
Classified email: SokoloffA@state.sgov.gov
ARIETTI

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