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Cablegate: Unga High-Level Attendance Demarche Follow-Up;

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

UNCLAS ANKARA 003922

SIPDIS

STATE FOR IO/UNP (NARANJO)
STATE FOR USUN (BRUNO)
STATE FOR NSC (DICARLO)
STATE FOR EUR/PGI (COOK)

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL OTRA OVIP KSEP TU
SUBJECT: UNGA HIGH-LEVEL ATTENDANCE DEMARCHE FOLLOW-UP;
TURKISH MFA RESPONSE STILL FORTHCOMING

REF: STATE 132748

(U) Poloff delivered reftel demarche to Turkish MFA Deputy
General Directorate for International Political Organizations
(IO) on June 22 and July 13. At both meetings, our IO
interlocutors undertook to convey reftel points to relevant
GOT offices, but cautioned the list of UNGA high-level
attendees for Turkey will not be determined until late
August. Poloff encouraged a more timely response, noting
Department's August 1 deadline, and advising our IO
interlocutor that continued requests from Post for MFA
progress on a comprehensive list are forthcoming.
DEUTSCH

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