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Cablegate: Acceptance of U.S. Coast Guard Consultation -- Ata

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

UNCLAS MANAMA 000601

SIPDIS

DEPT FOR DS/ATA GARY STONER AND DS/IP/NEA

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ASEC BA PTER
SUBJECT: ACCEPTANCE OF U.S. COAST GUARD CONSULTATION -- ATA
4830

REF: STATE 80363

1. Post has received an acceptance letter from the
Government of Bahrain (GOB) in reference to DS/ATA Coast
Guard Consultation 4830. The Ministry of Interior (MOI) and
Coast Guard Directorate are enthusiastically anticipating the
training cycle, and have agreed to the terms of the
consultation. The Ministry of Interior further stated that
they will work with the Regional Security Office (RSO) to
provide all necessary logistical support for the July 8-25
class.

2. RSO plans an inspection of the training site within the
next few weeks, however, the Ministry of Interior has proven
in the past that they can provide excellent training
facilities and all of the support necessary for an ATA class.
Information regarding the funding of interpreters,
transportation and other services will be forwarded once bids
have been received and reviewed.

3. The point of contact for this training is ARSO Brent
Brown at (973) 17-242-982, fax (973) 17-275-418, or DoS
e-mail.
FORD

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