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Cablegate: Embassy Zagreb Warmly Welcomes Das Jones

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P 051251Z SEP 08 ZDK
FM AMEMBASSY ZAGREB
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 8600
INFO RUEHVJ/AMEMBASSY SARAJEVO 0295
RUEHPS/AMEMBASSY PRISTINA 0596

UNCLAS ZAGREB 000631

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FOR EUR DAS JONES FROM AMBASSADOR BRADTKE

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL OTRA ASEC PGOV NATO HR
SUBJECT: EMBASSY ZAGREB WARMLY WELCOMES DAS JONES

REF: ZAGREB 629

1. Post warmly welcomes the visit of Deputy Assistant Secretary Stu
Jones on September 10, 2008, for consultations with embassy and host
government.

--CONTROL OFFICER --

2. Control Officer will be Political Officer Chris Zimmer. Embassy
telephone number is (385) (1) 661-2200; Mr. Zimmer's direct line is
(385) (1) 661-2250; embassy fax number is (355) (1) 661-2178. The
control officer can be contacted after working hours via the embassy
switchboard, or on his cell phone number (385) (91) 455-1011. In an
emergency and after hours, visitors can call the Marine Security
Guard at the Embassy via the switchboard number.

--ARRIVAL INFORMATION--

3. Airport transportation: DCM Vivian Walker will meet and greet at
the airport. For American citizens, visas are not required if your
stay is fewer than 3 months.

--SCHEDULE-

4. Schedule of visit is below. Scenesetter sent reftel.

0715 Arrive in Zagreb (met by DCM, car to CMR)

0830 Freshen up/Breakfast/Discussion at CMR with
Ambassador Bradtke

0945 Depart CMR for Foreign Ministry

1000 Meeting with Foreign Minister Jandrokovic
(accompanied by Ambassador and PolCouns Holtzapple)

1045 Depart Foreign Ministry

1115 Arrive Embassy

1130 Country Team Briefing (to include AMB, DCM, POL,
ECON, CONS, PD, RAO, DAO, ODC, FCS)

1215 Walkthrough Embassy Building/Lunch in Cafeteria

1300 Depart for airport

1310 Arrive airport

1410 Depart for Pristina

BRADTKE

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