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Cablegate: Osce Meeting On Anti-Semitism: Turkish Mfa Response

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UNCLAS ANKARA 002351

SIPDIS


E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL PHUM TU
SUBJECT: OSCE MEETING ON ANTI-SEMITISM: TURKISH MFA RESPONSE

REF: SECSTATE 93197


Poloff April 11 delivered reftel points to Omer Tuzel, head
of the MFA OSCE Department. Tuzel said the GOT in the past
has been represented by its Permrep at one- or two-day OSCE
meetings. He said it would be difficult for the GOT to send
a larger delegation to the Anti-Semitism Meeting under
current austerity measures, though he did not rule it out.
He said he will inform Embassy when the GOT determines who
will represent it at the meeting.
PEARSON

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