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SUBJECT: TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR) FOR SNU2009JCET603W:
NICARAGUA CONCURRENCE

REF: COMSOCSOUTH (DTG 131719Z JUN 08)

1. (U) This message responds to request in reftel A for
Embassy concurrence on planned Joint Combined Exchange
Training (JCET) SNU2009JCET603W,

2. (SBU) Per request in para 2 of reftel, Embassy Managua
concurs with the proposed JCET for FY09. We provide the
following concurrence:

-- Ambassador Paul A. Trivelli, U.S. Ambassador to Nicaragua
-- LTC Micheal Regan, Commander, U.S. Military Group Nicaragua
-- Maj Gen Julio Cesar Aviles Castillo, Chief of Staff,
Nicaraguan Army

3. (SBU) Post confirms that a Leahy Human Rights Unit
Vetting for the Nicaraguan Army's Special Operations Command
(Comando de Operaciones Especiales or "COE") has been
approved and is currently valid. Post requested Leahy
Vetting for the COE via Managua 150 (DTG 072254Z FEB 08) and
received affirmative response from Department of State via
SecState 19181 (DTG 261735Z FEB 08). Per that response,
Embassy Managua verifies that, as of February 25, 2008, the
Department of State possesses no credible information of
gross violations of human rights by the Special Operations
Command (COE) of the Nicaraguan military. Per Leahy SOP,
this vetting for the COE is valid through February 24, 2009.

4. (SBU) Please direct any additional questions regarding
this message either to USMLGP Commander LTC Michael Regan
(tel: 011-505-252-7490; email: ReganMC@state.gov), or to
Managua Pol-Mil Officer Jesse Curtis (tel: 011-505-252-7128;
email: CurtisJS@state.gov, CurtisJS@state.sgov.gov).
TRIVELLI

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