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Cablegate: 60th Un General Assembly: High-Level Attendance

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UNCLAS SECTION 01 OF 02 HARARE 001177

SIPDIS

SENSITIVE

IO/UNP (HARRIS), USUN (POL), NSC (WILLIAMS-MANIGAULT),
AF/RSA (NAY)

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: KSEP OTRA OVIP PREL
SUBJECT: 60TH UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY: HIGH-LEVEL ATTENDANCE
AND REQUESTS FOR MEETINGS

REF: STATE 122846

(SBU) The following Zimbabwean officials will attend the UN
General Assembly to be held Sept 14-16, 2005. The travel
dates for the delegation have not been released and will be
reported upon receipt. All members plan to stay seven days
unless otherwise indicated. Interpretation will not be
required for the delegation.

HEAD OF STATE
--Robert Mugabe, President - Travel dates TBD
--Spouse: Grace Mugabe

MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
--Mumbengegwi, Simbarashe Simbanenduku, Minister of Foreign
Affairs
--No accompanying spouse

FOREIGN MINISTRY OFFICIAL RESPONSIBLE FOR IO AFFAIRS
--Chifamba, Tadeous Tafirenyika, Director
Multilateral-Foreign Affairs (will stay 14 days)
--No accompanying spouse

OTHER VIPs
--Gwatiringa, William Nyenyai, Director Office of President
and Cabinet
--Kamwi, Lawrence, Principal Director, President's Office
--Munkombwe, Pangani, Aide to Minister of Foreign Affairs
--Kajese, Munyaradzi Samuel, Chief of Protocol
--Gapare, Gumisai, Director of Protocol, Ministry of Foreign
Affairs (will stay 14 days)
--Bimha, Joey Mazorodze, Secretary for Foreign Affairs (will
stay 14 days)
--Charambira, M'Faro Mviyo, Admin Officer, Ministry of
Foreign Affairs
--Charamba, George, Secretary for Information and Publicity

OTHER ATTENDEES
--Marere, Grace, Private Secretary, Office of President &
Cabinet
--Nyanhongo, Louisa Memory, Private Secretary, President's
Office
--Sairai, Mazviitireni, Secretary, President's Office
--Mangrove, Nhamoinesu, Principal Protocol Officer
--Hanyani, Rosemary Anna, Nursing Sister, Ministry of Health

--Gavazah, Sabastin Wisdom, President's Staff
--Nguluvhe, Albert, President's Staff
--Haukozi, Joshua, President's Staff
--Murindagomo, Bertha Nomutsa, President's Staff
--Magama, Luckmore, President's Staff
--Makohore, Marko, President's Staff
--Neshamba, Fungayi John, President's Staff
--Mujuru, Albert, President's Staff
--Muzariri, Livingstone Menard, President's Staff
--Muzavazi, Shadreck Tarukumbira, President's Staff
--Yambira, Stanford, President's Staff
--Mukwamba, Rashmore, President's Staff
--Chimbiya, Lovemore Zabibi, President's Staff
--Nyabani, Timothy, President's Staff
--Gunda, Patrick, President's Staff
--Madondo, Wonder Willard Makina, President's Staff
--Chitungo, Nyasha Andrew, President's Staff
--Hwingwiri, Chakatungwa Hyde,President's Staff

--Muchimwe, Misheck, President's Staff, Ministry of Home
Affairs
--Majongo, Osborn, President's Staff, Ministry of Home Affairs
--Mupambi, Davison, President's Staff, Ministry of Home
Affairs
--Bungu, Olga, President's Staff, Ministry of Home Affairs
--Kwainona, Martin, Police Officer, Ministry of Home Affairs
--Mahala, Maggie, Police Officer, Ministry of Home Affairs
--Chiringa, Barron, Police Officer, Ministry of Home Affairs

--Musoni, Noel, Chief Cameraman, President's Office
--Nyadzayo, Joseph, Photographer, President's Office
--Karuru, Atwell, Cameraman, President's Office
--Musengeyi, Itayi, Journalist
--Makwanya, Judith, Journalist

SCHULTZ

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