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Cablegate: 58th Unga: Yemen Delegation Undecided

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UNCLAS SANAA 001744

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL OTRA KSEP YM UNGA UN DEMARCHE
SUBJECT: 58TH UNGA: YEMEN DELEGATION UNDECIDED

REF: STATE 184648

(U) PolOff delivered reftel demarche to MFA Director
Abdulsalem Qassim Al-Awadi on July 16. Awadi confirmed that
ROYG has not selected a delegation for UNGA. He agreed to
add UNGA to the agenda for next week's inter-ministerial
meeting, and will provide the information requested in reftel
as soon as the delegates are named. Post will continue to
engage and forward additional information as it becomes
available.

HULL

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