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Cablegate: Iraq: Embassy Re-Delivered Ifc Demarche to The

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UNCLAS THE HAGUE 000098

SIPDIS

SENSITIVE

EB

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EAID ECON EFIN IZ NL
SUBJECT: IRAQ: EMBASSY RE-DELIVERED IFC DEMARCHE TO THE
DUTCH

REF: A. STATE 03841

B. THE HAGUE 03037

1. (SBU) Post re-delivered talking points on the IFC
Small Business Fund for Iraq to Netherlands Ministry of
Finance Official Ammarens Bruggenkamp. Ms. Bruggenkamp said
she still does not have a definite GONL position on IFC
funding but would re-submit the request for consideration at
the MOF.

2. (SBU) Post notes that Finance Minister Zalm will have
a pull-aside meeting with U/S Larson at Davos. We suggest
that this meeting might be a good opportunity to raise the
question of Dutch support for the IFC.
SOBEL

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