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Cablegate: Turkey Supportive of President's Non-Pro Proposals

This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available.

UNCLAS ANKARA 001766

SIPDIS


SENSITIVE


STATE FOR NP/NE-R. STRATFORD AND R. DELABARRE,
DOE/NNSA/NA242- A. SCHEINMAN, R. GOOREVICH, AND M. KRUPA,
UNVIE FOR LISA HILLARD


E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ENRG ETTC KNNP MNUC PARM PREL TRGY TU
SUBJECT: TURKEY SUPPORTIVE OF PRESIDENT'S NON-PRO PROPOSALS
IN THE NSG


REF: STATE 58652


PolMilOff delivered reftel points to MFA Disarmament Head of
Department Bulent Meric and Undersecretariat of Foreign Trade
Head of Depart Ali Riza Oktay March 17. On March 23 Meric
responded to PolMilOff noting that upon initial consideration
the GOT found the USG proposals reasonable and had no
objections. He added that the GOT had also received points
from the French that it also considered reasonable. Meric
did not elaborate on the French proposals but indicated that
the two proposals were not mutually exclusive.
EDELMAN

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