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Cablegate: Blue Lantern Post-License End Use Check On License

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UNCLAS MADRID 000647

SIPDIS

FOR PM/DTCC (A. MAGOULAS)

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: KOMC ETTC SP
SUBJECT: BLUE LANTERN POST-LICENSE END USE CHECK ON LICENSE
05-878248

REF: A. 03 STATE 253902

B. 03 STATE 098401

1. Poloff coordinated with Mission's Office of Defense
Cooperation (ODC) regarding license 05-878248 for the export
of technical data to Izar Construcciones Navales. The ODC
confirmed that MOD has approved a program to build a new S-80
class of submarines and is competitively soliciting several
companies to supply technical data. The transfer of
technical data to Izar Construcciones Navales appears
legitimate.
MANZANARES

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