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Cablegate: Iceland Shares U.S. Outlook On Post-Castro Cuba

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: CU PHUM PREL PGOV EI
SUBJECT: ICELAND SHARES U.S. OUTLOOK ON POST-CASTRO CUBA

REF: SECSTATE 113702

1. On July 19, post delivered reftel points to Icelandic Ministry
for Foreign Affairs Minister Counsellor Nikulas Hannigan. Hannigan
said that although GOI has disagreed with U.S. economic sanctions,
it does share common goals with the U.S. for a future democratic
Cuba in a post-Castro environment.

VAN VOORST

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