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Cablegate: Niue Country Clearance for Akapo K. Akapo, April

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UNCLAS WELLINGTON 000241

SIPDIS

STATE FOR EAP/ANP - TRAMSEY
COMMERCE FOR NWS/ROSENZWEIG

E.O. 12985: N/A
TAGS: OTRA TPHY KSCA WS NE NZ
SUBJECT: NIUE COUNTRY CLEARANCE FOR AKAPO K. AKAPO, APRIL
11 - 18, 2005

REF: USDOC 1122

1. Embassy grants country clearance to NOAA National
Weather Service official Akapo K. Akapo to travel to Niue,
April 11-18, 2005. The purpose of travel is to attend the
Pacific Islands Global Climate Observing System Meeting
and the Regional Meteorological Services Directors
Meeting.

2. Embassy understands that country clearance is the only
assistance required.

3. (SBU) Embassy point of contact is Economic Officer Joy
Yamamoto. Contact details are as follows:

Office: 644-462-6182
Fax: 644-472-3537
Cell: 027-446-4467
E-mail: YamamotoJO@state.gov

4. In light of the worldwide security alert, all visitors
should heighten their security awareness and report any
unusual incidents to the Regional Security Office at
Embassy Wellington (Telephone 64-4-462-6000, 24
hours/day).

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