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Cablegate: Demarche Delivered On Additional Fiscal Restraint

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UNCLAS PARIS 003749

SIPDIS

IO/T - DRISCOLL, IO/S - JOHNSTON, GENEVA - CHAMBERLAIN AND
KRUGLIKOVA

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AORC ELAB FR ILO
SUBJECT: DEMARCHE DELIVERED ON ADDITIONAL FISCAL RESTRAINT
ON ILO BUDGET

REF: STATE 94764

Poloff delivered reftel points on the ILO budget for
2006-2007 to MFA International Organizations action officer
Emmanuelle Delmer May 24. Delmer responded May 27 that the
points had been passed to the French mission in Geneva in
time for discussions on this issue beginning June 1. Delmer
indicated that the French mission in Geneva was ready to work
with the U.S. mission on the ILO budget.
WOLFF

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