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Cablegate: Colombo Plan: Assessed Billing for 2002-03

This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available.

UNCLAS COLOMBO 000087

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT FOR IO/EX/OB, SA/INS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AFIN AORC KUNR CE
SUBJECT: Colombo Plan: Assessed billing for 2002-03

Ref: 02 State 64046

1. Mission has received a request from the Colombo Plan
for payment of the U.S. Government's annual assessment
to the organization. The amount assessed for the
financial year 2002-03 is USD 14,500, the same amount as
last year. Mission requests that the Department provide
fiscal data for this amount as soon as possible.

2. In accordance with instructions from previous years
provided in Reftel, Mission has faxed a copy of the
Colombo Plan's assessment to IO/EX/OB and is forwarding
the original by unclassified pouch. As with last year's
payment, Mission will have the check issued in
accordance with the Colombo Plan's instructions upon
receiving authorization from the Department.

WILLS

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