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Cablegate: No Portuguese Bilateral Assistance to Georgia

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SUBJECT: NO PORTUGUESE BILATERAL ASSISTANCE TO GEORGIA

REF: SECSTATE 100093

Portuguese MFA interlocutors tell us that they will provide
no bilateral assistance to Georgia, preferring to keep
contributions under the European Union umbrella.
STEPHENSON

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