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Cablegate: Community of Democracies: New Zealand Attendance

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UNCLAS WELLINGTON 000318

SIPDIS

DEPT FOR EAP/ANP

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: KDEM PREL NZ
SUBJECT: COMMUNITY OF DEMOCRACIES: NEW ZEALAND ATTENDANCE

REF: STATE 66796

Post delivered reftel points to Tracey Patterson, Americas
Division, New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade,
on April 13. Patterson said that the NZ delegation to the
April 28-30 Community of Democracies Ministerial in Santiago,
Chile, would be led by Minister Chris Carter. Carter serves
as Minister for Conservation, Local Government, and Ethnic
Affairs. Patterson indicated that the New Zealand delegation
was unlikely to request a bilateral meeting. Should this
change, Post will forward additional information as it
becomes available.
Burnett

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