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Cablegate: Embassy Nairobi Terrorism Finance Coordination Officers

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P 110756Z DEC 07
FM AMEMBASSY NAIROBI
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 3822
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UNCLAS NAIROBI 004720

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DEPT FOR EEB/ESC/TFS
DEPT FOR AF/E, AF/RSA, AF/EPS,
JUSTICE FOR AFMLS, OIA, AND OPDAT
TREASURY FOR FINCEN
TREASURY FOR VIRGINIA BRANDON

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EFIN ETTC PTER KTFN KE
SUBJECT: EMBASSY NAIROBI TERRORISM FINANCE COORDINATION OFFICERS
(TFCO)

REF: STATE 164437

1. The terrorism Finance Coordination Officer (TFCO) in Embassy
Nairobi is Economic Counselor John F. Hoover, 254-20-363-6050,
hooverjf@state.gov (unclass) and hooverjf@state.sgov.gov (class).
Hoover is scheduled to depart Nairobi summer 2008, probably in
June.

2. The Deputy TFCO in Embassy Nairobi is Deputy Economic Counselor
Randy Fleitman, 254-30-363-6049, fleitmanrh@state.gov (unclass), and
fleitmanrh@state.sgov.gov (class). Fleitman is scheduled to depart
Nairobi summer 2008, probably in July.

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