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Cablegate: Roll-Out of Secure Freight Initiative Phase I

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R 111314Z DEC 06
FM AMEMBASSY TUNIS
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 2333
INFO RUEAHLC/HOMELAND SECURITY CENTER WASHINGTON DC

UNCLAS TUNIS 002880

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STATE FOR NEA/MAG - HARRIS
DHS FOR LAUREN ZUCKER

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PTER KHLS EWWT ASEC ECON TS
SUBJECT: ROLL-OUT OF SECURE FREIGHT INITIATIVE PHASE I

REF: A. STATE 197046

B. STATE 196252

On December 11, post passed reftel information on the
roll-out of the Secure Freight Initiative to the MFA Deputy
Director for the Americas. Any substantive response will be
reported septel.
GODEC

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