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Cablegate: Terrorist Finance: Italian Names - List 59

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UNCLAS BRASILIA 001564

SIPDIS

SENSITIVE

STATE FOR EB/ESC/TFS - GGLASS
STATE FOR S/CT - TNAVRATIL
STATE FOR IO/PHO - APEREZ
TREASURY FOR JZARATE AND SSEGAL
TREASURY FOR OFAC - NEWCOMB
NSC FOR GPETERS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ETTC EFIN PTER KSEP CVIS KVPR EUN
SUBJECT: TERRORIST FINANCE: ITALIAN NAMES - LIST 59
DELIVERED

REF: STATE 138082

This cable is Sensitive but Unclassified, please protect
accordingly.

(SBU) Post delivered on June 24 reftel list of six names
submitted by the Italians to the UNSCR 1267 Sanctions
Committee and made reftel points to Jaime Freitas, a senior
official in COAF, Brazil's financial intelligence unit, as
well as to Luiza Lopes da Silva, the Deputy Director the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Office for the Combat of Illicit
Transnational Activities. Freitas undertook to search
COAF's databases on the Brazilian financial system as well
as to share the list with other relevant GOB entities,
including the Central Bank, for them to alert the Brazilian
financial community and conduct similar searches.

HRINAK

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