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Cablegate: Maldivian Foreign Affairs Minister

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UNCLAS COLOMBO 001144

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT FOR SA, SA/INS, SA/PD, S/ES-CR, S/ES-O

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL MV
SUBJECT: Maldivian Foreign Affairs Minister
congratulates Secretary Powell on U.S. Independence Day

Refs: State 111190

1. Per Reftel, Mission provides the text of Maldivian
Minister of Foreign Affair Jameel's letter to Secretary
of State Powell on the occasion of the United States'
Independence Day.

BEGIN TEXT

Male'
1 July 2003

His Excellency Mr. Colin Powell,
Secretary of State

SIPDIS
Washington, D.C.

On the auspicious occasion of the Independence
Day of the United States, it gives me great
pleasure to convey to Your Excellency warm
felicitations and sincere good wishes. I am
confident that the friendly relations existing
between our two countries will continue to
flourish in the coming years.

Please accept my best wishes for your good
health and happiness, and for further progress
and welfare of the people of the United States.

Fathulla Jameel
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Republic of Maldives

END TEXT

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