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Cablegate: Panama: No Position to Share On Un Human Rights

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UNCLAS PANAMA 001339

SIPDIS

SENSITIVE

DEPARTMENT FOR WHA/CEN

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM KUNR PREL PM UNHCR POLITICS FOREIGN POLICY
SUBJECT: PANAMA: NO POSITION TO SHARE ON UN HUMAN RIGHTS
COMMISSION REFORM

REF: STATE 114051

(SBU) On June 20, PolCouns delivered reftel non-paper on UN
Human Rights Commission (CHR) reform to Vice Foreign Minister
Ricardo Duran. Duran did not share GOP's position on UN CHR
reform, but said he would distribute copies of the non-paper
to the relevant MFA officials. Embassy will report any
updates to the Department.

WATT

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