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Cablegate: Chavez Social Charter Event

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UNCLAS SAN JOSE 002019

SIPDIS

SENSITIVE

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL AORC KSUM SOCI CS
SUBJECT: CHAVEZ SOCIAL CHARTER EVENT

REF: STATE 154693

(SBU) PolOff discussed reftel points with Ambassador Jose
Joaquin Chaverri, Director General for Foreign Policy at the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on August 26. Chaverri
confirmed that Costa Rica would be represented at the August
28 event in Caracas by its Alternate Representative to the
OAS, Luis Guardia. Chaverri discounted our concern that the
event would result in one member state's proposal being
considered before others by saying that Costa Rica expected
to review several other member states' proposals at the
event. Chaverri specifically mentioned a Mexican proposal in
this context. Chaverri added that Costa Rica would not agree
to support any proposal until all had been considered.
FRISBIE

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