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Cablegate: Iraqi Assets: Listing of Individuals and Entities

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072034Z Jul 04

UNCLAS BRASILIA 001685

SIPDIS

SENSITIVE

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EFIN PREL IZ BR UNSC
SUBJECT: IRAQI ASSETS: LISTING OF INDIVIDUALS AND ENTITIES
SUBJECT TO UNSCR 1483 ASSET FREEZE AND TRANSFER

REF: SECSTATE 146239

This cable is Sensitive but Unclassified, please protect
accordingly.

Post delivered on July 6 reftel points on Iraqi assets to
Luiza Lopes da Silva, Acting Director of the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs (MRE) Office of International Illicit
Activities, and to Bernardo Mota of COAF, Brazil's financial
intelligence unit. Mota undertook to search COAF's own
databases as well as to share the list with the Central Bank
and intelligence agency (ABIN), for them to check for
financial assets in the names of the persons and entities on
the USG list. Lopes da Silva said the MRE would coordinate
with its mission in New York a response to the USG request to
support the listing of these persons and entities by the UN
1518 Sanctions Committee.

DUDDY

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