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Cablegate: Canada Plans to Attend Pakistan Donors Conference

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STATE FOR WHA/CAN AND SCA/PB

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TAGS: PK EAID ECON EFIN IBRD CA
SUBJECT: CANADA PLANS TO ATTEND PAKISTAN DONORS CONFERENCE
IN EARLY 2009

REF: STATE 129615

(SBU) Econoff delivered reftel points to Bushra Saeed,
Operations Officer, South Asia Relations, Department of
Foreign Affairs and International Trade. Saeed said that
Canada will attend the conference and will be represented by
the Foreign Minister or, if the Minister is unavailable, the
most senior official possible. Saeed said the Government of
Canada is still discussing internally if and how much Canada
will pledge.

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