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Cablegate: Finland: Fy-05 Updated Ivp Slate of Alternate Candidates

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UNCLAS HELSINKI 001536

SIPDIS

STATE FOR ECA/PE/V/R/E MHILBERT

STATE FOR EUR/PPD JLOCKARD

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: OEXC SCUL FI KPAO
SUBJECT: FINLAND: FY-05 UPDATED IVP SLATE OF ALTERNATE CANDIDATES


1. Following are the names and titles for our slate of
alternative candidates for FY-05. Individual nominations for
alternative IV candidates have already been sent septels.

I. EURP U.S. Foreign Policy Challenges I (October 18, 2004)
Mr. Jori Arvonen, International Affairs Secretary, Conservative
Party

II. EURP A Project for Young European Leaders on Current Social,
Political, and Economic Issues (October 25, 2004)
Ms. Sanna Viitanen, Special Advisor to the President of the
Republic of Finland

III. MRP The Role of Museums in American Society (April 21, 2005)
Ms. Vera von Fersen, Director, Mannerheim Museum

IV. EURP U.S.-European Security Issues (April 25, 2005)
Mr. Juha Martelius, Head of the Research Unit, Ministry of Defense
Mr. Petri Neittaanmaki, Member of Parliament, Center Party

V. MRP International Security and Global Cooperation (April 28,
2005)
Mr. Otto Saxen, Senior Advisor, Ministry of Defense

VII. EURP Combating Trafficking in Persons (June 6, 2005)
Ms. Eija Limnell, Researcher, Ministry for Foreign Affairs

VIII. EURP Biotechnology and Food Safety (June 6, 2005)
Ms. Leena Hommo, Agricultural Counselor, Head of the Research and
Extension Unit of the Department of Agriculture

X. MRP Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection (July
7, 2005)
Mr. Juha Luukkonen, Conservation Director World Wildlife Fund
Mr. Oras Tynkkynen, NGO Activist, Journalist (freelance)

Best regards. Mack

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