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Cablegate: Mission Conveys Circular Re Status of Foreign

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UNCLAS COLOMBO 001050

SIPDIS

STATE FOR SA/INS, NEA

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL OTRA AMGT CE IZ
SUBJECT: MISSION CONVEYS CIRCULAR RE STATUS OF FOREIGN
DIPLOMATS IN IRAQ

REF: STATE 163526

PER REFTEL, MISSION HAS CONVEYED THE CIRCULAR REGARDING
THE STATUS OF FOREIGN DIPLOMATS IN IRAQ TO THE SRI LANKAN
AND MALDIVIAN GOVERNMENTS.

WILLS

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