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Cablegate: Madrid's Delegate to Pol-Mil Conference

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UNCLAS MADRID 003253

SIPDIS

USNATO FOR MIKIEWICZ AND USEU FOR RHEE

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AMGT NATO
SUBJECT: MADRID'S DELEGATE TO POL-MIL CONFERENCE

REF: USNATO 459

1. Post designates PolMilOff Rob Allison as its participant
for the upcoming USNATO/USEU Pol-Mil Conference and thanks
USEU and USNATO for hosting such a useful event.

2. Biodata requested in reftel follows:
-- Rob Allison
-- Pol-Mil Officer/2nd Secretary
-- 19 Aug 1971
-- TS clearance
-- (office) 34-91-587-2393 (fax) 34-91-587-2391
(e-mail) allisonrs@state.gov
-- travel details will be provided when available.
AGUIRRE

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