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Cablegate: Turkey Will Support U.S. Icao Candidacy

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241428Z Sep 04

UNCLAS ANKARA 005495

SIPDIS

DEPT FOR IO AND EB/TRA
BRUSSELS FOR FAA EDWARDS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AORC EAIR TU
SUBJECT: TURKEY WILL SUPPORT U.S. ICAO CANDIDACY


The Embassy received the following diplomatic note promising
support for the U.S. candidacy for election to the
International Civil Aviation Organization Council:

Begin text of Diplomatic Note 392538, received September 21,
2004:

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey
presents its compliments to the Embassy of the United States
of American and, with reference to the Ministry's Note No.
257236 dated 17 June 2004, has the honor to inform the
Embassy that the U.S. candidature for re-election to the ICAO
Council at the elections to be held 28 September-8 October
2004 in Montreal will be supported by Turkey.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey
avails itself of this opportunity to renew to the Embassy of
the United States of America the assurances of its highest
consideration.

Ankara, 20 September 2004.

End text.
EDELMAN

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