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Cablegate: Response: Post Terrorism Reporting Officers

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301658Z Nov 05

UNCLAS BRASILIA 003135

SIPDIS

SENSITIVE

DEPT. FOR NICHOLAS NOYES, S/CT REGIONAL OFFICER

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: SCUL ASEC EFIN KCRM EFIN KTFN KVPR PTER
SUBJECT: RESPONSE: POST TERRORISM REPORTING OFFICERS

REF: STATE 213099

Post's terrorism reporting officer is: Deputy Political
Counselor Mark R. Kennon. His telephone number is (55-61)
3312-7339; fax number is: (55-61) 3312-7650; unclassified
email address is: KennonMR@state.gov; classified email
address is: KennonMR@state.sgov.gov. Mr. Kennon's
anticipated date of rotation is: September 2008.

For financial matters, the terrorism reporting officer is:
Deputy Economic Counselor Jonathan Andrew Plowman. His
telephone number is: (55-61) 3312-7470; fax number is:
(55-61) 3312-7658; unclassified email address is:
PlowmanJA@state.gov; classified email address is:
PlowmanA@state.sgov.gov. Mr. Plowman's anticipated date of
rotation is: Summer 2007.

LINEHAN

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