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Cablegate: Earth Day 2004

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id: 14414
date: 3/1/2004 17:07
refid: 04BOGOTA2091
origin: Embassy Bogota
classification: UNCLASSIFIED
destination: 04SECSTATE39339
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This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available.

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UNCLAS BOGOTA 002091

SIPDIS

FOR RUEHMLR/RPC MANILA INFO FOR IIP/T/CP, A/RPS/MMS/PRO

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AFIN OPRC OIIP KPAO
SUBJECT: EARTH DAY 2004
REF: SECSTATE 39339

Post would like to order one pack of ten posters of the
reference poster. Please send above order through APO to the
attention of

Cultural Affairs Officer
Public Affairs Section
American Embassy
Unit 5134 APO AA 34038

Total order of dollars 15 includes APO costs charged to the
following fiscal code:

Appropriation: 19 40113000P
Allotment: 4110
Obligation Number: 4110426014
Organization: 311000
Function: 1378
Object Code: 2420

Post FMO (William Lauritsen)certifies funds availability.
Wood

=======================CABLE ENDS============================

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