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Cablegate: Spain: "Mixity" Issue in Gps Agreement

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UNCLAS MADRID 002986

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: KTIA EU SP
SUBJECT: SPAIN: "MIXITY" ISSUE IN GPS AGREEMENT

REF: SECSTATE 166306

1. On August 4, we passed reftel points and exchange of
letters to Jesus Antonio Perez Blanco, Subdirector General
for Airline Navigation Systems and Airports at the Ministry
of Public Works. We also shared points with two MFA
contacts: Emilio Fernandez-Castano, Director General of
International Economic Relations and Daniel Martinez Javega
in their legal department. Although points were delivered,
ministries are running on a highly-reduced staff for August
vacation. A response is not expected until later in the
month. Embassy will follow up when reactions are received.
MANZANARES

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