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Cablegate: Sudanese Passports Reported Lost

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

UNCLAS DJIBOUTI 001619

SIPDIS

FOR CA/FPP
ADDIS, ASMARA, CAIRO FOR CONSUL OFFICER

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: KFRD ER DJ
SUBJECT: SUDANESE PASSPORTS REPORTED LOST


EMBASSY DJIBOUTI HAS BEEN INFORMED BY THE SUDANESE
EMBASSY IN DJIBOUTI THAT THE FOLLOWING ETHIOPIAN
DIPLOMATIC PASSPORTS HAVE BEEN LOST AND SHOULD BE
CONSIDRED INVALID.

NAMES: LEILA HAMID HASSAN PASSPORT NO. 7651 ISSUED ON
MAY 9TH 2004 AND IBRAHIM AWAD AHMED, PASSPORT NO. 3550
ISSUED ON JULY 6TH 1999.

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