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Cablegate: Venezuelan Position On 3rd Committee Resolutions

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

UNCLAS CARACAS 003588

SIPDIS


NSC FOR CBARTON
USCINCSO ALSO FOR POLAD

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM PREL VE
SUBJECT: VENEZUELAN POSITION ON 3RD COMMITTEE RESOLUTIONS

REF: A) STATE 236869 B) STATE 237932 C) STATE 237845
D) STATE 237844

PolOff delivered reftel demarche on November 9, and was told
to contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs again on November
12 for a response. MFA had no response on November 12, but on
November 17, MFA UN Division Director Maria Cristina Perez de
Planchart told PolOff that Venezuela would abstain on the
Belarus resolution, and support resolutions on Congo and
Sudan, as they traditionally have. She said she did not yet
have instructions on any of the other resolutions.
Brownfield


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2004CARACA03588 - UNCLASSIFIED

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