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Cablegate: Demarche On Colombia and Oas Special Conference -

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UNCLAS SANTO DOMINGO 006002

SIPDIS

C O R R E C T E D C O P Y (CHANGING CLASSIFICATION)

FOR WHA/AND - BARCLAY AND WHA/USOAS - FERRAO

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: CO DR MX PGOV PREL PTER
SUBJECT: DEMARCHE ON COLOMBIA AND OAS SPECIAL CONFERENCE -
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

REF: STATE 300129

1. Post on October 24 delivered talking points reftel,
regarding the proposed side declaration of support for
Colombia at the OAS Special Conference on Security, to MFA
acting director of international organization affairs
Ambassador Radhis Abreu de Polanco. She informed us that our
points had been passed the same day to Foreign Secretary
Frank Guerrero Prats, in advance of his October 26 departure
for Mexico. He will lead the Dominican delegation at the
meeting. We will report any substantive reaction after his
return.
KUBISKE

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