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Cablegate: Update On Extension of Police Trainers at The

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UNCLAS PRAGUE 001665

SIPDIS

EUR/NCE FOR FICHTE

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: IZ KCRM KJUS MARR MCAP MOPS PGOV PINR PINS PREL PTER SNAR SOCI
SUBJECT: UPDATE ON EXTENSION OF POLICE TRAINERS AT THE
JORDAN INTERNATIONAL POLICE CENTER

REF: A. SECSTATE 197466

B. PRAGUE 772

1. Pol Specialist Nov 28 confirmed with the Interior Ministry
that the Czech Republic plans to extend the Czech
participation in police training in Jordan. The Ministry of
Interior has already allocated the necessary financing. The
proposal to extend is now being reviewed in the Czech
interagency process. In December the Interior Ministry will
forward the extension proposal to the Czech Government, and
the measure will automatically be approved if no objection is
raised. The Interior Ministry predicts the measure will pass
without comment.
CABANISS

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