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Cablegate: Delivery of Jcic-Dip-05-019 to the Ministry Of

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UNCLAS ALMATY 004290

SIPDIS


E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: KACT KTIA PARM US RS UP BO KZ DTRO
SUBJECT: DELIVERY OF JCIC-DIP-05-019 TO THE MINISTRY OF
DEFENSE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN ARMS REDUCTION
CONTROL AND INSPECTION ACTIVITIES SUPPORT CENTER

REF: STATE 217917

1. On 5 December 2005, DTRO-Almaty delivered JCIC-DIP-05-
019, "Annual START SLCM Declarations," to CPT Radik
Zhakirov, Duty Officer, Arms Reduction Control and
Inspection Activities Center, Republic of Kazakhstan
Ministry of Defense. CPT Zhakirov had no comments and no
reaction.

2. (U) POC for this action is Laura Smiley, Chief, DTRO-A.
Calling from the U.S., the DTRO Almaty telephone is 011-7-
3272-50-49-76.

ORDWAY


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