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Cablegate: Arab League, Iraqi Constitution, and Terrorism

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071301Z Sep 05

UNCLAS SANAA 002530

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL PGOV PTER KAWC PARM YM DEMARCHE COUNTER TERRORISM
SUBJECT: ARAB LEAGUE, IRAQI CONSTITUTION, AND TERRORISM
CONVENTION DEMARCHES DELIVERED

REF: A. STATE 163365

B. STATE 161624
C. STATE 158420
D. STATE 162147
E. STATE 163045

1. Poloff delivered reftels on the Arab League meeting,
support for the Iraqi Constitution, the Convention Against
Terrorism, changes to military commissions, and amendments to
the Safety of Maritime Navigation Convention (SUA) to DFM
Mustafa Noman on September 5. Post will report any
substantive responses via septel.
Krajeski

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