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Cablegate: Judge to Lead Canada's Delegation to Osce

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UNCLAS OTTAWA 001124

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM CA OSCE
SUBJECT: JUDGE TO LEAD CANADA'S DELEGATION TO OSCE
ANTI-SEMITISM MEETING

REF: STATE 93197

(U) We delivered points contained reftel to Paul Williams,
Desk Officer for OSCE in DFAIT's International Organizations
Bureau, on April 11. In a follow-up discussion April 17,
Williams told poloff that Canada is looking forward to the
June OSCE meeting on anti-semitism and agrees the meeting
will provide an excellent opportunity to share strategies for
dealing with anti-semitic violence. Williams indicated that
Canada's delegation will be led by the Honorable Rosalie
Abella of the Ontario Court of Appeals, who will be able to
speak on a number of different topics at the meeting. Judge
Abella is a member of the United States Holocaust Museum's
Committe on Conscience, among many other professional and
community activities. The delegation will also include a
representative from Canada's mission in Vienna. Williams
agreed to inform us if others are added to the delegation.
CELLUCCI

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