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Cablegate: Niue Maritime Boundary Treaty - U.S.

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

UNCLAS WELLINGTON 000858

SIPDIS

STATE FOR L/T, L/OES, OES/OA, AND EAP/ANZ (RAMSEY)

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PBTS PHSA KTIA US NE NZ XV
SUBJECT: NIUE MARITIME BOUNDARY TREATY - U.S.
RATIFICATION

REF: A. STATE 49737

B. 03 STATE 330058
C. 02 WELLINGTON 909
D. 02 STATE 156021

1. On October 8, POL/ECON Counselor presented Ref. A U.S.
instrument of ratification to Hima I L Takelesi, the High
Commissioner at the Niue High Commission in Wellington.
The High Commissioner was extremely pleased to receive the
document, and said he would ask some visiting Niuean
government officials to carry it back to the island within
the next two weeks.

2. A certified copy of the accompanying diplomatic note
has been sent to L/T via classified pouch (registration
number 9237657).

BURNETT

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