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Cablegate: Bahrain to Study Cuba and China Resolutions

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

UNCLAS MANAMA 000410

SIPDIS

DEPT FOR NEA/RA, NEA/ARP, DRL/MLA, AND IO/SHA

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM PREL BA UNHRC
SUBJECT: BAHRAIN TO STUDY CUBA AND CHINA RESOLUTIONS

REF: A. STATE 64048

B. MANAMA 351

On March 23, Charge delivered Ref A demarche to MFA MinState
Abdulghaffar, who said he would refer the issues to his
Geneva Permrep for study. Following the discussion, POL/ECON
Chief provided ref A non-papers, China resolution text, and
China human rights background paper to MFA Director for
International Organization Affairs Ghassan Shaikho for him to
forward to Bahrain's Geneva Mission.
FORD

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