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Cablegate: Letter Regarding 19th Political Military Working

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031428Z Aug 04

UNCLAS ANKARA 004318

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: MARR PREL TU
SUBJECT: LETTER REGARDING 19TH POLITICAL MILITARY WORKING
GROUP


On August 3, 2004, Embassy Ankara received under cover of a
diplomatic note the following letter from Maj.Gen. Suphi Acar
to Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Ian Brzezinski
accepting DASD Brzezinski's suggested dates for the next
Political Military Working Group meeting.

BEGIN TEXT

29 JULY 2004

Dear Mr. Brzezinski

I received your letter concerning the 19th Political Military
Working Group (PMWG) meeting. We agreed on proposed date
mentioned in your letter. Week of 20 September is acceptable
for PMWG and Security Cooperation Working Group (SCWG) as
well.

We would like to discuss the agenda items of the PMWG quite
prior to the meeting with your staffs or the representatives
from your Embassy in Ankara, our staffs can make necessary
arrangements afterwards.

I very much look forward to our meetings with you and your
staffs.

Sincerely

/ S /

Suphi ACAR
Major General
Chief, TGS, Agreements Dept.

END TEXT
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