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Cablegate: Nigeria: Demarche Delivered: Unaids Executive

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UNCLAS ABUJA 001872

SIPDIS

DEPT FOR AF/W, INR/AA

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PGOV NI
SUBJECT: NIGERIA: DEMARCHE DELIVERED: UNAIDS EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR

REF: SECSTATE 97114

Post delivered reftel demarche to Ambassador M. K. Ibrahim,
Deputy Director of the Second United Nations Department at
the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Ambassador Ibrahim
requested that Poloff deliver the demarche in writing, rather
than in person, as he was otherwise occupied and would not
have time to receive us anytime in the near future. Post
will keep Department apprised of any response on the matter
from the GON.
SANDERS

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