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Cablegate: Slovakia Supportive of Us Position On Cuban

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UNCLAS BRATISLAVA 000398

SIPDIS


E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM PREL ELAB BB CU LO ILO
SUBJECT: SLOVAKIA SUPPORTIVE OF US POSITION ON CUBAN
CANDIDACY FOR ILO GOVERNING BODY

REF: (A) SECSTATE 94801

1. (U) On May 24, 2005, Embassy delivered reftel points
to Pavol Juhas, Director of the International Affairs
Department at the Ministry of Labor. Juhas confirmed that
Slovakia is sending a delegation to the upcoming
International Labor Conference in Geneva, and expressed his
support for the USG position regarding Cuba's candidacy for
the ILO governing body. He said he would pass along his
recommendation of support to the GOS delegation.

HURLBERT


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