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Cablegate: Icao's Meeting in Cairo: Suriname Regrets

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UNCLAS PARAMARIBO 000175

SIPDIS


DEPT FOR WHA/CAR: MSEIBEL

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EAIR EC EG NS
SUBJECT: ICAO'S MEETING IN CAIRO: SURINAME REGRETS

REF: STATE 35954

1. PER REFTEL REQUEST, ON FEBRUARY 20 THE EMBASSY DISCUSSED
THE ICAO FACILITATION DIVISION (FAL/12) MEETING TO BE HELD IN
CAIRO FROM MARCH 22 TO APRIL 2, 2004, WITH SURINAME'S CIVIL
AVIATION AUTHORITY DIRECTOR VIVIAN HANENBERG. HANENBERG
RESPONDED THAT THE GOS WAS UNABLE TO SEND A DELEGATION TO
ATTEND THE FAL/12 DIVISION MEETING.


BARNES

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2004PARAMA00175 - Classification: UNCLASSIFIED

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