Cablegate: Croatia Approves Distribution of Former Sfry Fms

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E.O. 12958: N/A

REF: STATE 194281

1. On October 28, the Croatian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
provided us with the diplomatic note (text para 2) approving
of reftel proposed distribution of former SFRY FMS funds. We
have faxed a copy of the note to EUR/SCE.

2. Begin Dipnote Text:

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Croatia
presents its compliments to the Embassy of The United States
of America in Zagreb, and pursuant to the notification
concerning the funds remaining on the account of the U.S.
Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) which were meant
for defense cooperation with the former SFRY, has the honor
to inform that the Government of the Republic of Croatia
agrees with the proposed distribution of those funds
according to the percentage share determined in Article 5
paragraph 2 of Annex C to the Agreement on Succession Issues
that entered into force on 4 June 2004 and allocation of the
relevant amount to the Foreign Military Sales account
established for the Croatian Government.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Croatia
avails itself of this opportunity to renew to the Embassy of
the United States in Zagreb the assurances of its highest

Zagreb, 25 October 2004

End Dipnote Text.


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