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Cablegate: Spain On Australia's Submission to Continental

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UNCLAS MADRID 004787

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT FOR OES/OA, L/OES, AND EUR/WE

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AORC PBTS PHSA PREL KTIA AS AY SP
SUBJECT: SPAIN ON AUSTRALIA'S SUBMISSION TO CONTINENTAL
SHELF COMMISSION

REF: SECSTATE 261540

ESTHOFF made reftel points December 21 to MFA International
Legal Advisor Concepcion Escobar Hernandez, explaining the
U.S.-Australia Continental Shelf Commission submission
arrangement, noting our view that the arrangement protects
the legal equities of both claimant and non-claimant states
parties, and inviting Spain to consider following our lead in
the event Madrid has similar concerns vis-a-vis the
Australian submission. Escobar said that Sergio Roman
Carranza Forster of her staff would analyze our points and
would contact the Embassy if the GOS needed any additional
information regarding the details of the U.S.-Australia
arrangement.
MANZANARES

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