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Cablegate: Got Participation in Icao Conference

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041507Z Mar 04

UNCLAS ANKARA 001294

SIPDIS


DEPT FOR EB/TRA AND EUR/SE
ROME FOR FAA
PARIS FOR TSA - JESUS PRESAS
DHS FOR TSA


E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EAIR TU
SUBJECT: GOT PARTICIPATION IN ICAO CONFERENCE


REF: STATE 35954


ECONOFF TRANSMITTED REFTEL INFORMATION ON USG
PARTICIPATION IN THE ICAO FACILITATION DIVISION
CONFERENCE IN CAIRO TO ELVAN HACIEFENDIOGLU, OF
MFA'S CIVIL AVIATION DEPARTMENT. HACIEFENDIOGLU
TOLD US THAT THE GOT DELEGATION WAS LIKELY TO BE A
LARGE ONE, WITH TURKISH REPRESENTATIVES OF THE
CIVIL AVIATION GENERAL DIRECTORATE, THE
TRANSPORT/COMMUNICATIONS, INTERIOR AND HEALTH
MINISTRIES, AND POSSIBLY THE CUSTOMS
UNDERSECRETARIAT ATTENDING. SHE SAID THE GOT HAD
NOT YET WORKED OUT INTERAGENCY POSITIONS ON THE
CONFERENCE AGENDA ITEMS.
EDELMAN

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