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Cablegate: Yemen: Demarche On U.S. Note Verbale On Reform Of

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UNCLAS SANAA 002216

SIPDIS

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

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AORC PARM PREL YM CDG UNGA DEMARCHE
SUBJECT: YEMEN: DEMARCHE ON U.S. NOTE VERBALE ON REFORM OF
THE UNGA FIRST COMMITTEE DELIVERED

REF: A. SECSTATE 171382
B. SECSTATE 160427

Pol/Econoff delivered ref A demarche on August 21 to MFA
Disarmament Section Head Shafiq Mohammed Daleh. Daleh said he
supports First Committee and UNGA reform in general. In
response to ref A asking the ROYG to submit its views to the
UNGA First Committee and to share a copy with the USG, Daleh
replied that while his section was familiar with aspects of
UNGA resolution 58/41 as well as 58/126 and 58/316 (ref B),
he would need to carefully study the reform issue and then
submit it to senior MFA officials.
KRAJESKI

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