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Cablegate: Approval of Iraqi Police Training Center Loa

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260643Z Sep 04

UNCLAS AMMAN 007962

SIPDIS

INL FOR WILLIAM TODD

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL IZ JO KINL
SUBJECT: APPROVAL OF IRAQI POLICE TRAINING CENTER LOA

REF: AMMAN 6767

1. (U) Post received notice September 22 that the Jordanian
cabinet approved the US-Jordan Letter of Agreement (LOA)
(reftel) on the Iraqi Police Training Center in Jordan. This
follows the August 4 letter from Jordan Public Security
Directorate (PSD) chief General Tahseen Shurdom to INL in
which he agreed in principle to the LOA and stated he would
recommend that the GOJ approve it.

2. (U) Baghdad minimize considered.

Visit Embassy Amman's classified website at

http://www.state.sgov.gov/p/nea/amman/

or access the site through the State Department's SIPRNET
home page.
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