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Cablegate: Japan to Attend Sri Lanka Co-Chairs Meeting

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL OPDC CE JA
SUBJECT: JAPAN TO ATTEND SRI LANKA CO-CHAIRS MEETING

REF: STATE 183542

Per reftel, Embassy Tokyo November 9 conveyed to Japanese
Special Envoy Yasushi Akashi's office Under Secretary Burns'
invitation to attend the Sri Lanka Co-Chairs meeting to be
held in Washington on November 20-21. On November 13,
Embassy was advised by Special Envoy Akashi's Special
Assistant, Takehiko Wajima, that Akashi will attend the
meetings, accompanied by Wajima and Mr. Takeshi Akahoi,
Counselor at the Japanese Embassy in Washington.
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