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Cablegate: Turkish Participants in Exbs Executive Forum In

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UNCLAS ANKARA 002484

SIPDIS


DOC/BIS FOR GENE LOCKWOOD-SHABAT


E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ETTC KNNP PARM TSPL KSTC PREL TU
SUBJECT: TURKISH PARTICIPANTS IN EXBS EXECUTIVE FORUM IN
WASHINGTON MAY 17-20

REF: STATE 80364


1. This is an action request; please see para 4.


2. On May 4, Embassy received a diplomatic note advising us
of the Turkish participants in the subject forum. They are:


Mr. Bulent Meric, Head of Arms Control and Disarmament
Department, MFA (Head of Delegation)
PPT: TR-Z 018864-2098/2002, DPOB: 22 Feb. 57, Ankara


Mr. Riza Oktay, Head of Department, U/S for Foreign Trade
PPT: TR-A 407916, DPOB: 01 Dec. 62, Kekimhan


Ms. Gulay Tanriyapisi, Head of Section, U/S for Foreign Trade
PPT: TR-B 115651, DPOB: 12 Feb. 71, Izmir


Ms. Aynur Ciray, Customs Expert, U/S for Customs
PPT: TR-A 174097, DPOB: 02 Aug. 70, Merzifon


Mr. Gurkan Ozturk, Assistant Customs Expert, U/S for Customs
PPT: TR-A 173281, DPOB: 12 Oct. 78, Izmir


Mr. Zafer Alper, Head of Department, Turkish Atomic Energy
Agency
PPT: TR-B 085083, DPOB: 13 May 70, Acipayam


Mr. Hayri Akbiyik, Expert, Turkish Atomic Energy Agency
PPT: TR-A 671080, DPOB: 08 Mar. 60, Ilgaz


Mr. Mutlu Oktem, Secretary General, Istanbul Mineral and
Metal Exporters Association
PPT: TR-A 889895, DPOB: 02 May 44, Korkuteli


Mr. Coskun Kirlioglu, Head of Section, Istanbul Mineral and
Metal Exporters Association
PPT: TR-K 613305, DPOB: 01 Jan 66, Sungurlu


3. The note says, "Information about expected participants
from the Ministry of National Defense will be communicated
soon." Embassy will send follow up information as soon as it
is available.


4. Action Request: We understand that seats on the flights
needed for these travelers are quite scarce. Please forward
fiscal data and other logistical details soonest so we may
secure seats.
EDELMAN

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