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Cablegate: Note Verbale On Reform of the Unga First Committee

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UNCLAS KINSHASA 001554

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT FOR (AC/ISN), USUN (POL) AND GENEVA (CD)

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AORC PARM PREL CG CDG UNGA
SUBJECT: NOTE VERBALE ON REFORM OF THE UNGA FIRST COMMITTEE
DELIVERED TO GDRC

REF: SECSTATE 171382

1. (U) Poloff delivered copy of U.S. Note Verbale to
Ambassador Oscar Matondo, Director of the International
Organizations Section at FonMin August 14. Matondo indicated
that the DRC has yet to start working on UNGA issues, but
will do so in the next three weeks. He noted that the DRC
does not yet have a response to Resolution 58/41, but would
work on one as part of their overall preparation for the
UNGA. We will follow up.
MEECE

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