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Cablegate: Country Clearance to Niue for Dint Official Anne

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UNCLAS WELLINGTON 000735

SIPDIS

STATE PASS TO DINT/FWS - FMATHIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: OTRA SENV KSCA TBIO NE NZ
SUBJECT: COUNTRY CLEARANCE TO NIUE FOR DINT OFFICIAL ANNE
BROOKE, SEPTEMBER 2-15, 2004

REF: STATE 183650

1. Embassy grants country clearance to DINT/Fish and Wild
Life Service Official Anne Brooke to travel to Niue,
September 2-15, 2004. The purpose of travel is to survey
the flying fox population of Niue, in cooperation with the
New Zealand Department of Conservation and the Niuean
Department of the Environment.

2. Embassy understands no assistance is required.

3. Point of contact at Embassy Wellington is Economic
officer Joy Yamamoto. Contact details are as follows:

Office: 644-462-6182
Fax: 644-472-3537
Cell: 027-446-4467
E-mail: yamamotojo@state.gov

4. In light of the worldwide security alert, all visitors
should heighten their security awareness and report any
unusual incidents to the Regional Security Office at Embassy
Wellington.

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