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Cablegate: Yemen: Unesco, Icj Demarches Delivered

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UNCLAS SANAA 003023

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL ETRD SCUL YM UNESCO UNGA DEMARCHE
SUBJECT: YEMEN: UNESCO, ICJ DEMARCHES DELIVERED

REF: A. STATE 189518
B. STATE 179062

(U) On October 18, Pol/Econ Chief delivered ref A talking
points and Secretary Guiterrez's letter on the UNESCO
Cultural Diversity Convention to Deputy Foreign Minister
Mohiedeen Al-Dhabi. He also delivered ref B demarche on
support for the nomination of Judge Thomas Buergenthal to the
International Court of Justice and ref C letter on the
Foundation for the Future. Al-Dhabi promised to review
Yemen's position on each of the issues. Post will report any
substantive comments septel.
Krajeski

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