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Cablegate: Nicaragua: Global Maritime Partnerships (Gmp) Demarche

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STATE FOR EEB/TRA/OTP-DHAYWOOD AND PM/ISO-JFREDERICK
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SUBJECT: NICARAGUA: GLOBAL MARITIME PARTNERSHIPS (GMP) DEMARCHE

REF: STATE 50488

(SBU) On June 6, Post delivered talking points on the Global
Maritime Partnerships (GMP) Initiative to Nicaraguan Ports Authority
Executive Director Virgilio Silva and Nicaraguan Naval Commander
Admiral Juan Santiago Estrada. Neither was prepared to respond.
Post will report if and when a formal Nicaraguan position becomes
available.

TRIVELLI

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