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Cablegate: Israel to Open Embassy in Bratislava

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290931Z Sep 05

UNCLAS BRATISLAVA 000790

SIPDIS


STATE FOR EUR/NCE AND NEA/IPA

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PGOV PREL IS LO
SUBJECT: ISRAEL TO OPEN EMBASSY IN BRATISLAVA


On September 28, a delegation of visiting Israeli MFA
officials met with the GOS to inform them of Israel's intent
to open an Embassy in Bratislava (Note: Currently, the
Israeli Embassy in Vienna handles diplomatic relations
between Israel and Slovakia. End Note). The visiting
delegation included administrative and technical personnel to
identify possible sites for the new Chancery, which the
Israelis hope to open within a matter of months.
VALLEE


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