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Cablegate: Elimination of Weapons Grade Plutonium Production

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UNCLAS THE HAGUE 003312

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ENRG PARM OTRA KNNP TRGY RS SZ NL
SUBJECT: ELIMINATION OF WEAPONS GRADE PLUTONIUM PRODUCTION
IN RUSSIA CONFERENCE - DEMARCHE TO DUTCH MFA

REF: STATE 268348

PolMilOff and Swiss Embassy Counselor Jean-Hubert Lebet
delivered reftel demarche to Dutch MFA Security Policy Bureau
Special Advisor Bas ter Haar on December 21. Ter Haar
repeated Dutch support for the program -- previously
expressed to NP Mike Stafford and DOE/NNSA Jim Turner during
their 2004 visits to The Hague -- and said that the GONL
hoped to make a financial contribution to the project in
2005. He also said he would determine whether the GONL could
be represented at the Spietz conference. PolMilOff noted to
him the December 23 deadline for confirmation of attendance.
SOBEL

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