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Cablegate: Tanzania: Depsec Zoellick's Speech Delivered to Mfa

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UNCLAS DAR ES SALAAM 002139

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM EAID PREL SU TZ
SUBJECT: TANZANIA: DEPSEC ZOELLICK'S SPEECH DELIVERED TO MFA

REF: STATE 205787

(U) On November 16, PolOff delivered a copy of Deputy
Secretary Zoellick's speech to Ambassador Liberata Mulamula,

SIPDIS
Director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Department of
Multilateral Cooperation and International Organizations, per
reftel. Mulamula commented that there appears to be a
deadlock in the Sudan peace process and that the situation is
"overstretching" the capacity of the African Union, but she
hopes that USG involvement at this level brings progress.
DELLY

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