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Cablegate: 56th World Health Assembly Thompson Invitation

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UNCLAS SANAA 001076

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: TBIO OTRA YM
SUBJECT: 56TH WORLD HEALTH ASSEMBLY THOMPSON INVITATION
DELIVERED

REF: STATE 123459

(U) On May 12, Pol/econoff delivered reftel invitation for
Secretary Thompson's lunch for representatives from the board

SIPDIS
of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria
to Acting Minister of Health Abdel Kader Munibari. Munibari
said that he plans to attend the assembly, if he is (as we
expect) reappointed to the new Cabinet now being formed. He
looks forward to meeting with Secretary Thompson again. He
recalled that in 2001 they were seated together at the World
Health Assembly gathering, and mentioned that he had later
sent the Secretary a book on Yemen. Munibari and delegation
plan on arriving in Geneva on May 17.
HULL

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