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Cablegate: Usg Approach to Icj Security Barrier Case -

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UNCLAS AMMAN 000780

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL PTER IS KPAL JO
SUBJECT: USG APPROACH TO ICJ SECURITY BARRIER CASE -
DEMARCHE TO JORDAN

REF: STATE 18842

1. (U) PolCouns January 29 covered ref points on the USG
approach to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) case on
the Israeli security barrier with Ali al-Ayed, FonMin Marwan
Muasher's Private Office Director. Ayed said that the GOJ
appreciates the updates on the USG's thinking on the ICJ
case, and that the GOJ will be happy to discuss the case and
Jordan's submission with us as the case moves forward.

Visit Embassy Amman's classified web site at

http://www.state.sgov.gov/p/nea/amman/

or access the site through the State Department's SIPRNET
home page.
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