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Cablegate: Czechs - Will Support Un Cerd Candidate Prosper

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TAGS: PHUM PREL UNGA EZ XG
SUBJECT: CZECHS - WILL SUPPORT UN CERD CANDIDATE PROSPER

REF: STATE 157655

(SBU) Gabriela Dlouha, Czech MFA Director for Human Rights
and Transition Policy, responded on December 5 to Embassy
Prague's details on U.S. candidate for the United Nations
Commmittee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Mr.
Pierre-Richard Prosper, to state that the GOCR will support
Ambassador Prosper during this contested January 17, 2008
election.
Graber

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