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Cablegate: Norwegians Review End-Use Watchlist Points

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SUBJECT: NORWEGIANS REVIEW END-USE WATCHLIST POINTS

REF: STATE 164758

(SBU) On December 10 we delivered reftel points to MFA
Export Control Senior Advisor Ole Morten Parelius. He
pledged to circulate the points to government colleagues.
Post will further report on any related developments.
WHITNEY

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