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Cablegate: Demarche On G8 Bmena/Oecd Mena Investment

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UNCLAS SANAA 000950

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EFIN EINV PREL YM DEMARCHE ECON COM
SUBJECT: DEMARCHE ON G8 BMENA/OECD MENA INVESTMENT
INITIATIVES DELIVERED

REF: SECSTATE 64389

Econoff delivered reftel demarche to Deputy Finance Minister
Nasr al-Harbi on April 13. Al-Harbi said that the ROYG is
not sending a delegation from Sanaa to the World Bank/IMF
Spring Meetings, but Ambassador al-Hajjri will represent
Yemen. Al-Harbi promised to provide al-Hajjri with details
on the OECD Governance and Investment for Development
Initiative and the G8 BMENA Investment Task Force. MOF will
also discuss the initiatives with the Ministry of Planning
and International Cooperation, which in the future will be
the point of contact with BMENA/OECD on Yemen's investment
climate.
Krajeski

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