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Cablegate: Sudan: Promoting the Eu Resolution On Human Rights

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UNCLAS BUENOS AIRES 003283

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL PHUM SU AR UNGA
SUBJECT: SUDAN: PROMOTING THE EU RESOLUTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS
IN SUDAN

REF: SECSTATE 248093

On November 22, PolOff shared Reftel talking points with
Deputy Director of the International Organizations
Directorate, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Minister Jorge Luis
Gomez. Minister Gomez said the GOA shared our support for the
EU-sponsored resolution on the human rights situation in
Sudan, and that the GOA would oppose any no action motion and
would so instruct its UN Mission.
GUTIERREZ

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