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Cablegate: Talking Points Delivered: Un Reform & Promoting

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UNCLAS BANGKOK 003992

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT FOR EAP/BCLTV

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: KUNR PREL PGOV AORC TH UNSC
SUBJECT: TALKING POINTS DELIVERED: UN REFORM & PROMOTING
OUR PRIORITIES

REF: A) STATE 111637 B) STATE 111657

Poloff delivered Ref A talking points to Peerasak
Chantavarin, Counselor in the Social Division, Department of
International Organizations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Ambassador delivered Ref B talking points to Deputy Prime
Minister Surakiart Sathirathai. Surakiart told the
Ambassador that he appreciated the points because he was
meeting with senior UN representatives soon and that he
generally agreed with the U.S. positions.
BOYCE

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