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Cablegate: 59th Unga Attendance - Interim Report

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UNCLAS MANAMA 001205

SIPDIS

DEPARMENT FOR IO/UNP (NARANJO), USUN (BRUNO),
NSC (DICARLO) AND NEA/RA (KINCANNON) AND NEA/ARP
LONDON FOR ETHAN GOLDRICH

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL OTRA OVIP KSEP UNGA
SUBJECT: 59TH UNGA ATTENDANCE - INTERIM REPORT

REF: SECSTATE 132748

1. (U) The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mohammed bin
Mubarak Al-Khalifa plans to attend the 59th UNGA Debate.
According to MFA Director of Bilateral Relations Dr. Dhafer
Al Umran, exact travel dates have yet to be identified. As
of July 31, Shaikh Mohammed's wife is not planning to
accompany him to New York. Interpretation services will not
be required.

2. (U) No head of state, head of government, other VIPs or
foreign ministry officials responsible for IO affairs plan to
attend the 59th UNGA General Debate at this time.
ZIADEH

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