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Cablegate: Fy-2002 International Visitor Program:

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UNCLAS COLOMBO 001900

SIPDIS

STATE FOR ECA/PE/V/G/N-ASHIFFLETT; ECA/PE/V/P; SA/PD

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: OEXC SCUL KPAO OEXC
SUBJECT: FY-2002 INTERNATIONAL VISITOR PROGRAM:
POST'S NOMINEES FOR THE REPUBLIC OF MALDIVES

REF: (A) STATE 50054, (B) STATE 32608

1. POST SUBMITS FOLLOWING LIST OF IV NOMINEES FOR FY-
2003 IN RANK ORDER. SEPARATE NOMINATING CABLES IN EVDB
FORMAT WILL BE FORWARDED TO INDIVIDUAL PROJECT
OFFICERS.

2. (I) MS. KHADEEJA HASSAN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, MALDIVES
MONETARY AUTHORITY SA/RP "WOMEN AS LEADERS IN THE PUBLIC
AND PRIVATE SECTORS," JULY 28-AUGUST 15, 2003

(II) MR. ABDUL MUSHIN ABDULLA, DIRECTOR FINANCE,
MALDIVES TRANSPORT AND CONTRACTING COMPANY
MRP "ENTREPRENEURSHIP," MAY 29-JUNE 19, 2003

(III) MR. ABDULLA JIHAD, DIRECTOR AND HEAD, DEPARTMENT
OF INLAND REVENUE MRP "U.S. FINANCIAL SYSTEM," MAY 1-22,
2003

(IV) MR. MOHAMED AMIR, DIRECTOR, POST AND
TELECOMMUNICATIONS SECTION, MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS,
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MRP "PRIVATIZATION AND THE U.S.
ECONOMY, JULY 17 - AUGUST 7, 2003

(V) DR. MOHAMED ALI, DIRECTOR, ENVIRONMENT, MINISTRY
OF HOME AFFAIRS, HOUSING AND ENVIRONMENT MRP "URBAN
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES," AUGUST 7-28, 2003

3. POST HAS GIVEN A RANK ORDER TO EACH OF ITS FIVE
POTENTIAL NOMINEES FOR THE MALDIVES. POST ASKS THAT
E/V/P RESERVE A SLOT IN SUBJECT MRP'S FOR LOWER-RANKED
NOMINEES UNTIL SUCH TIME AS IT IS CLEAR WHETHER
SUFFICIENT FUNDS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR THEM TO BE
ACCOMMODATED.

WILLS

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