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Cablegate: Spain: High Level Attendance at 61st Un General

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RUEHLA/AMCONSUL BARCELONA PRIORITY 1987
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UNCLAS SECTION 01 OF 02 MADRID 001873

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SENSITIVE
SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL OTRA OVIP KSEP UNGA SP
SUBJECT: SPAIN: HIGH LEVEL ATTENDANCE AT 61ST UN GENERAL
ASSEMBLY

REF: STATE 112656

MADRID 00001873 001.3 OF 002


1. (SBU) PROVISIONAL ATTENDANCE LIST:


A. King Juan Carlos the First has no plans to attend.


B. President Zapatero has no plans to attend.


C. FOREIGN MINISTER


-- Mr. Miguel Angel Moratinos Cuyaube, Minister of Foreign
Affairs and Cooperation
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


D. OTHER VIP's


-- Mr. Bernardino Leon Gross, Secretary of State for Foreign
Affairs and Iberoamerica
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Ms. Leire Pajin Iraola, Secretary of State and President
of the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Mr. Javier Sancho Velazquez, Director General of the
Minister's Cabinet
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Mr. Rafael Dezcallar de Mazarredo, Director General for
Foreign Policy
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Mr. Jose Pons Irazazabal, Director General for Foreign
Policy in Europe and North America
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Mr. Javier Sandomingo Nunez, Director General for Foreign
Policy in Iberoamerica
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Mr. Manuel Cacho Quesada, Director General for External
Communication
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Ms. Milagros Hernando Echevarria, Director General for
Planning and Policy Evaluation in Development
-- Arrives in New York September 13 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.
-- NOTE: Itinerary not confirmed.


-- Ms. Anunciada Fernandez de Cordoba, Special Ambassador to
Iberoamerican Summits
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Mr. Federico Torres Muro, Cabinet Director for Secretary

MADRID 00001873 002.3 OF 002


of State for Foreign Affairs and Iberoamerica
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Ms. Maria Lledo, Cabinet Director for Secretary of State
for International Cooperation
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Mr. Juan Diaz Munoz, Spokesman, Minister's Cabinet
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Ms. Begona Quesada, Press Secretary of the Minister
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Mr. Guzman Palacios Fernandez, Member of Minister's Cabinet
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Mr. Pedro Hernandez Cereceda, Chief Security Inspector
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Mr. Felix Rico Carpeno, Minister's Security Detail
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


E. FM OFFICIALS RESPONSIBLE FOR IO Affairs


-- Mr. Arturo Laclaustra Beltran, Director General for the
United Nations, Human Rights and Multilateral Issues
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Mr. Carlos Fernandez-Arias Minuesa, Sub-director General
for Foreign Policy and Collective Security
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


-- Mr. Juan Manuel Gonzalez de Linares Palou, Sub-director
General for the United Nations
-- Arrives in New York September 17 and departs September 23.
Will be present for General Debate.
-- No interpretation required.


NOTE: Foreign Minister Moratinos will be unable to attend the
September 14-15 High Level Dialogue on Migration and
Development. Minister of Employment and Social Affairs Jesus
Caldera Sanchez Capitan will attend. END NOTE.
AGUIRRE

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