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Cablegate: Colombo Plan: Funding for Dea Narcotics

This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available.

UNCLAS COLOMBO 001990

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT FOR SA, SA/INS, INL/C/CJ (STANTON)

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AFIN AMGT KFSC SNAR CE
SUBJECT: Colombo Plan: Funding for DEA Narcotics
Officer Training

Refs: (A) State 315132

- (B) Colombo 1617 (Notal)

1. In response to Reftel, Mission is prepared to amend
the existing Colombo Plan Agreement to accept funding
(USD 110,000) for two regional narcotics officer
training courses to be conducted by the Colombo Plan
Drug Advisory Program and U.S. Department of Justice's
Drug Enforcement Agency.

2. Minimize considered.

LUNSTEAD

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