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Cablegate: Thailand: Fy 2005 Supplemental Pko Allocations To

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

UNCLAS BANGKOK 005750

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT FOR EAP/MLS AND PM (SKWAK)

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: MASS PREL PARM TH PKO
SUBJECT: THAILAND: FY 2005 SUPPLEMENTAL PKO ALLOCATIONS TO
SUPPORT GWOT DEMARCHE DELIVERED

REF: SECSTATE 143881

On September 2, Poloff delivered reftel demarche to Chakkrid
Krachaiwong, First Secretary of MFA's North American Affairs
Division. Chakkrid appreciated the news that Thailand might
receive 1.7 million dollars to continue our joint counter
terrorism programs and was unaware of any plans to use the
funds inconsistent with the programs outlined in reftel.
ARVIZU

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