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Cablegate: Un General Assembly Third Committee 2008 Human

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PTER PGOV PREL ECON SOCI CO
SUBJECT: UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY THIRD COMMITTEE 2008 HUMAN
RIGHTS PRIORITIES

REF: SECSTATE 93981

On September 4, Post delivered all points in reftel to the
MFA Director for U.S. and Canadian Affairs Patricia Cortez.
MFA Vice Minister for Multilateral Affairs Adriana
Mejia-Hernandez told us they had no immediate response. We
will continue to follow up on the issue and will report any
further response.
NICHOLS

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