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Cablegate: Demarche On Un Security Council's Resolution On Lebanon

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SUBJECT: Demarche on UN Security Council's Resolution on Lebanon

Ref: State 132517

1. Pol/Econ Chief delivered subject demarche to MFA Deputy Director
for the Americas Magdi al-Mufaddal on August 12, leaving talking
points and a copy of the resolution text.

2. Al-Mufaddal was appreciative for the demarche information, but
did not offer a substantive response.

HUME

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