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Cablegate: Brazil: Providing Background and Informing Partners On The

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SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PGOV PHUM CU BR
SUBJECT: BRAZIL: PROVIDING BACKGROUND AND INFORMING PARTNERS ON THE
COMMISSION FOR ASSISTANCE TO A FREE CUBA POINTS AND REPORT
DELIVERED.

REFTEL: STATE 113702

1. (U) On July 12, 2006, Political Section faxed reftel points and
Compact Report to the Head of the Carribean desk, Igor Kipman, at
the Ministry of External Affairs.

2. (U) The Public Affairs Section is in the process of translating
the points into Portuguese for posting on the Mission Web site,
along with the CAFC Web site address.

WILLIAMSON

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