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Cablegate: Delivery of Treasury Letter On Iraqi Assets And

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171418Z Jul 03

UNCLAS ANKARA 004489

SIPDIS


DEPT FOR E, EUR/SE AND EB
DEPT PASS USTR FOR LERRION
TREASURY FOR OASIA - MILLS AND LEICHTER


SENSITIVE


E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ECON EFIN EINV PREL TU
SUBJECT: Delivery of Treasury Letter on Iraqi Assets and
List of Names for Asset Freeze List


REF: (A) State 186972 (B) State 196163


(SBU) Econoff and Econ Specialist delivered a copy of ref A
letter from Treasury Secretary Snow concerning recovery of
Iraqi assets and the list of 55 names of individuals whose
assets must be frozen under UN Security Council Resolution
1483 (ref B) to Akif Ayhan, MFA Deputy Director General for
Bilateral Economic Affairs, and to the Finance Ministry.
Ayhan told us that the GOT has not found any Iraqi assets as
yet in the Turkish financial system, but noted that the
provision of names in ref B should assist in the search. He
also stated that MFA would share this information with the
central bank, the Turkish Treasury and the Finance Ministry
as part of a renewed effort to locate Iraqi assets.
Pearson

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