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Cablegate: Mfa Demarched On Exceptions to the Assets Freeze

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UNCLAS SANAA 000213

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ETTC EFIN PTER PREL CVIS KSEP KVPR EUN DEMARCHE TERFIN
SUBJECT: MFA DEMARCHED ON EXCEPTIONS TO THE ASSETS FREEZE
LIST AND NEW TERRORIST FINANCING DESIGNATIONS

REF: A. STATE 20807
B. STATE 22341
C. STATE 20085
D. STATE 20908

1. On January 29, 2003 PolOff demarched Abdulrahman M.S.
Kamarani, Deputy Director of the Ministry of Foreign Affair's
Americas Office, on exceptions to the assets freeze list
(reftel A) and the terrorist financing designations of
Stichting Benevolence International Nederland (reftel B) and
four individuals (reftels C and D). Kamarani had no
immediate response, but said he would share the information
with MFA leadership, relevant ministries, and financial
institutions. Kamarani also noted the strength of ROYG
coordination on these matters because of their confidence in
U.S.-Yemen relations.
HULL

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