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Cablegate: Notification Under Case-Zablocki Act For

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

260435Z Aug 05

UNCLAS COLOMBO 001501

SIPDIS

FOR STATE L/T, ROOM 5420 NS, DEPARTMENT OF STATE

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS:
SUBJECT: NOTIFICATION UNDER CASE-ZABLOCKI ACT FOR
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE GRANT AGREEMENT NO.498-0045.83,
TSUNAMI RECOVERY AND RECONSTRUCTION IN SRI LANKA


SIPDIS

1. ON JULY 25, 2005, THE UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND
PLANNING OF THE DEMOCRATIC SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF SRI
LANKA SIGNED SUBJECT AGREEMENT WHICH PROVIDES FUNDING OF
U.S. DOLLARS 57,123,052 (FIFTY SEVEN MILLION ONE HUNDRED
AND TWENTY THREE THOUSAND FIFTY TWO) TO SUPPORT TSUNAMI
RECOVERY AND RECONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS IN SRI LANKA.

2. A CERTIFIED CONFIRMED COPY OF THE AGREEMENT WILL BE
POUCHED TO STATE L/T IMMEDIATELY.
ENTWISTLE

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