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Cablegate: Moroccan Unga Delegation

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TAGS: PREL MO UNGA
SUBJECT: MOROCCAN UNGA DELEGATION

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(SBU) MFA International Organizations Director Nasser Bourita
advised polcouns on September 11 that Morocco's UNGA
delegation will be led by Foreign Minister Benaissa.
Accompanying will be:

-- Amb. Youssef Amrani, Director-General for Bilateral
Affairs (U/S level);

-- Mohammed Azeroual, Director-General for Arab and Islamic
Affairs (U/S level), (who we understand will be engaged
primarily in bilaterals);

-- Nasser Bourita, IO Director (A/S level), and

-- Raja Ghanem, UN desk officer.

Bourita also anticipated that 10-15 MFA support staff would
be traveling to New York for the event. The delegation plans
to travel on September 22.

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Visit Embassy Rabat's Classified Website;
http://www.state.sgov.gov/p/nea/rabat
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RILEY

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