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Cablegate: Vetting Request for Afghan Participants of The

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FM USMISSION USNATO
TO RUEHBUL/AMEMBASSY KABUL IMMEDIATE 0983
RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 2101
INFO RUEHDBU/AMEMBASSY DUSHANBE IMMEDIATE
RUEHMO/AMEMBASSY MOSCOW IMMEDIATE 6020

UNCLAS USNATO 000260

SENSITIVE
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DEPARTMENT FOR EUR/RPM, SCA, AND INL

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ASEC NATO SNAR TI RS AF
SUBJECT: VETTING REQUEST FOR AFGHAN PARTICIPANTS OF THE
NATO-RUSSIA COUNTER-NARCOTICS TRAINING COURSE AT DUSHANBE,
TAJIKISTAN, AUGUST 11-19, 2008

REF: USNATO 257

1. This is an action cable. See paragraph 3.

2. NATO's International Staff has provided the list below of
Afghan participants for the NATO-Russia Counter-Narcotics
Training course to be held at Dushanbe, Tajikistan, August
11-19, 2008. This request is an addendum to REFTEL
concerning Tajik participants in the same course. Post
recognizes that this information is incomplete and is
requesting additional identifying information.


ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF AFGHANISTAN
-------------------------------

A. Name: Mohamadullah
Title: 2nd Lieutenant Border Police
DOB: 1979
Place of Birth: Kabul Province

B. Name: Ghulam Ahmad
Title: 3rd Sergeant Border Police
DOB: 1978
Place of Birth: Kapisa Province

C. Name: Abdullah
Title: 2nd Lieutenant Border Police
DOB: 1978
Place of Birth: Logar Province

D. Name: Ataullah
Title: 1st Sergeant Border Police
DOB: 1986
Place of Birth: Kabul Province

E. Name: Mohammad Mansoor
Title: 2nd Lieutenant Border Police
DOB: 1979
Place of Birth: Logar Province

F. Name: Ahmad Jawed
Title: 2nd Lieutenant Border Police
DOB: 1984
Place of Birth: Parwan Province

G. Name: Matiullah
Title: 2nd Sergeant Border Police
DOB: 1987
Place of Birth: Badakhshan Province

H. Name: Mohamad Zaher
Title: 3rd Sergeant Border Police
DOB: 1987
Place of Birth: Qandahar Province

I. Name: Fazl Bari
Title: Major
DOB: 1963
Place of Birth: Maidan Wardak Province

J. Name: Abdul Saboor
Title: 2nd Lieutenant Border Police
DOB: 1986
Place of Birth: Parwan Province

K. Name: Hashmatullah
Title: 2nd Lieutenant Border Police
DOB: 1981
Place of Birth: Kapisa Province

L. Name: Shah Mirza
Title: 1st Sergeant Border Police
DOB: 1985
Place of Birth: Parwan Province

M. Name: Nesar Ahmad
Title: 2nd Sergeant Border Police
DOB: 1987
Place of Birth: Parwan Province

N. Name: Mohammad Nabi
Title: Brigadier MOI
DOB: 1966
Place of Birth: Parwan Province

O. Name: Husain Ahmadzai
Title: Colonel MOI
DOB: 1957
Place of Birth: Logar Province

3. USNATO requests that the above names be checked for
possible human rights violations and that it be informed of
any derogatory information discovered. USNATO will forward
any additional identifying information it receives.

4. The point of contact at Post is Political Officer Reece
Smyth who can be reached at smythlr@state.gov or by phone at
(32-2) 724-3268.

STEIN

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