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Cablegate: Avian Influenza: Maldives and Sri Lanka Points Of

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UNCLAS COLOMBO 001622

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: TBIO ECON PREL SOCI
SUBJECT: AVIAN INFLUENZA: MALDIVES AND SRI LANKA POINTS OF
CONTACT

REF: SECSTATE 153802

1. Charge raised the points in reftel with Sri Lankan
Foreign Secretary Palihakkara on August 24. Palihakkara
promised to respond with a point of contact.

2. On September 9, Post received the following name and
contact information for Sri Lanka:

- Dr. H.M. Fernando
Deputy Director General (Public Health Services)
Ministry of Health
Colombo 10
Telephone: (94-11) 267 4682
Fax: (94-11) 267 2073
Email: manil@health.gov.lk

3. Post sent a dipnote with reftel points to Republic of
Maldives on August 24. The Maldives Foreign Ministry
provided the following point of contact:

- Dr. Sheena Moosa
Director, Health Services
Ministry of Health
Male, Maldives
Telephone: (960) 333 2510
Fax: (960) 332 2712


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