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Cablegate: Fy-2005 International Visitor Program: Maldives

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UNCLAS COLOMBO 000766

SIPDIS

STATE FOR ECA/PE/V/R/N-LARRY A. MOODY; ECA/PE/V/M;
SA/PD

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: OEXC SCUL KPAO OEXC
SUBJECT: FY-2005 International Visitor Program: Maldives

REF: (A) STATE 1663, (B) STATE 2210

1. Colombo is pleased to submit the following slate of
nominees from the Republic of Maldives to the FY-2005
IV program:

- U.S. Trade Policy and the World Economy I (October
28-November 18, 2004): Abdul "Harris," Island
Aviation Services

- U.S. Financial System (March 17-April 7, 2005):
Khadeeja "Hassan," Maldives Monetary Authority

- Investigative Journalism (June 16-July 7, 2005): A.
Zahir "Mohamed," HAVEERU

- U.S. Foreign Policy and Human Rights Issues (May 12
June 2, 2005): Hussain "Naaseem," Ministry of Foreign
Affairs

- Grassroots Democracy II (May 5-26, 2005): Mohamed
"Nasheed," Citizens Majlis

2. Detailed nomination cables follow in septels.
LUNSTEAD

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