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Cablegate: No Yemeni Representation at Acrs Track Two Meeting

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UNCLAS SANAA 002073

SIPDIS

NP/RA FOR BILL PATON

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PARM PREL KNNP XF YM MEPN
SUBJECT: NO YEMENI REPRESENTATION AT ACRS TRACK TWO MEETING
IN BERLIN

REF: STATE 174998

(u) ROYG has provided no names for reftel "Track Two"
conference and is not/not expected to do so in the
foreseeable future. Embassy Sanaa presented reftel
invitation to ROYG officials, offered further
assistance/clarification as required, and maintained constant
communication until the August 15 deadline.

MISENHEIMER

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