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Cablegate: Turkey to Attend 2005 Oxford Tracker Workshop

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170749Z Aug 05

UNCLAS ANKARA 004829

SIPDIS

PASS TO NP/NDF RFSMITH

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ETTC PARM TU
SUBJECT: TURKEY TO ATTEND 2005 OXFORD TRACKER WORKSHOP

REF: STATE 97547

1. Post received a diplomatic note in reply to the
invitation by the Nonproliferation Bureau to attend the
"Tracker Workshop". This note states that the GOT will send
two representatives to participate in the Tracker Workshop in
Oxford, United Kingdom form October 24-28, 2005.

2. The Turkish representatives will be:

A. Cigdem Samiloglu; Foreign Trade Specialist,
Undersecretariat of Foreign Trade;

B. Abdullah Eken; Customs Specialist, Undersecretariat of
Customs

3. Point of contact at Post is EXBS Advisor, Kevin Lyon,
tel. 90-312-455-5555, ext 2525, unclas email lyonk@state.gov.
MCELDOWNEY

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