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Cablegate: Tanzania: November 17 Emergency Special Session Of

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM PREL UNGA IS TZ
SUBJECT: TANZANIA: NOVEMBER 17 EMERGENCY SPECIAL SESSION OF
UNGA

REF: STATE 188244

On November 17, Mawazo Kaducha, Head of UN Systems in the
Multilateral Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
agreed with the USG position that the Emergency Special
Session draft resolution regarding Israeli was skewed. While
Kaducha did not reveal whether Tanzania would vote "No" or
abstain, Kaducha emphasized that the Ministry understood U.S.
concerns and would forward the USG position to the Permanent
Representative in New York immediately.
RETZER

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