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Cablegate: Yemen: Posting of Drl Reports Completed

This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available.

UNCLAS SANAA 002504

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM PREL KDEM KPAO YM HUMAN RIGHTS
SUBJECT: YEMEN: POSTING OF DRL REPORTS COMPLETED

REF: SECSTATE 180557

1. Per reftel, all four current DRL reports concerning Yemen
in English have been updated on Post's public website.

2. Arabic translation is currently posted for the 2003 Human
Rights Report (HRR).

3. In consultation with the Public Affairs Section, Post
understands that the Director of NEA/PD has made an
arrangement to have Language Services translate into Arabic
all current DRL reports, including the International
Religious Freedom Report. Once translated, those reports will
be made available on Department's IIP website. Post will
then allow for approrpriate links vis-a-vis Post's public
website.

4. In order to not duplicate efforts, PAO is further
investigating which reports are or will be available in
Arabic and will post or link them as they become available.

KRAJESKI

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