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Cablegate: Cuban Candidacy for the Ilo Governing Body

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

010832Z Jun 05

UNCLAS COLOMBO 000973

SIPDIS

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

E.O 12958: N/A
TAGS: ELAB PHUM PREL CE ILO
SUBJECT: CUBAN CANDIDACY FOR THE ILO GOVERNING BODY

REF: STATE 094801

Per reftel post delivered points to Mr. B.G. Uyangoda,
Director General of the UN and Multilateral Affairs
Division of the Sri Lanka Ministry of Foreign Affairs on
May 26, 2005. Reftel points were also copied to Mr.
Mahinda Madihahewa, Secretary, Ministry of Labor Relations
and Foreign Employment. Mr. Upali Athukorale, Additional
Secretary of the Ministry of Labor and Foreign Employment

SIPDIS
Relations, promised that the matter will be discussed
within the delegation. Post suggests US delegation raise
this issue directly with Sri Lankan delegation if time
permits and vote is close.

LUNSTEAD

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