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Cablegate: Canadian Response to Invitation to Attend

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102054Z Apr 03

UNCLAS OTTAWA 001038

SIPDIS

SENSITIVE

DEPARTMENT FOR SA/INS WALLER AND WHA/CA

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EAID EFIN PREL CA NO IN JA
SUBJECT: CANADIAN RESPONSE TO INVITATION TO ATTEND
WASHINGTON SEMINAR ON SRI LANKA APRIL 14

REF: A. STATE 80142

B. STATE 72793

(SBU) Canada's finance minister John Manley will be unable to
participate in the April 14 conference on Sri Lanka. Canada
will be represented by five delegates from the Canadian
International Development Agency,the Department of Foreign
Affairs and Trade, and the embassy in Washington.

(Head of Delegation)
David Kilgour, Secretary of State, Asia-Pacific
PPT DCO19541, DOB February 18, 1941

Hau Sing Tse, Vice-President, Asia Branch, CIDA
SC060530; January 19, 1951

Anne-Marie Laprise, Deputy Director (Planning)
Sri Lanka/Nepal Program, CIDA
SC031580; June 25, 1974

Jacqueline O'Neill, Policy Advisor, Office of the Secretary
of State (Asia-Pacific)
DCO19317; May 2, 1978

Arif Lalani, Counsellor (Political), Canadian Embassy,
Washington
Diplomatic ID number: 3149-1772-51; October 22, 1967
CELLUCCI

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