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Cablegate: Spain: Demarche Response On Dhs Lighter Ban

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151218Z Mar 05

UNCLAS MADRID 000990

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT PASS TO EUR/WE

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EAIR PTER SP
SUBJECT: SPAIN: DEMARCHE RESPONSE ON DHS LIGHTER BAN

REF: STATE 41383

On March 4, TSA Stephen Perez delivered reftel points to
Eugenia Llorens Beltran de Heredia, Subdirector General of
Aviation Transportation in the Ministry of Public Works, and
LTC Pedro Izquierdo, Chief of Border Security for the Guardia
Civil (Spanish agency responsible for airport security). On
March 15, Econoff delivered reftel points to Juan Luis Munoz
de Laborde Bardin, desk officer for aviation affairs at the
MFA. GOS officials were cooperative and responsive in regard
to the issue and TSA will conduct follow-up meetings to
ensure mutual understanding and effective compliance.
MANZANARES

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