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Cablegate: Peru: Fiscal Restraint for Ilo Proposed Budget,

This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available.

UNCLAS LIMA 002341

SIPDIS

STATE FOR IO/T DRISCOLL, IO/S JOHNSTON
GENEVA FOR CHAMBERLIN AND KRUGLIKOVA

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ELAB PE AROC ILO
SUBJECT: PERU: FISCAL RESTRAINT FOR ILO PROPOSED BUDGET,
2005-2006

REF: STATE 94763

Poloff spoke with Vicente Rojas, the Foreign Ministry's
Director of Special Affairs on 5/23, regarding the U.S.
position on the ILO's proposed budget for FY 2005-2006
(Reftel). Rojas said that the matter was under study, but
that Peru, for financial reasons, was almost certain to
support the U.S. call for restraint in the ILO budget.
STRUBLE

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