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Cablegate: Argentina Accepts Invitation to Ilea Tip Training

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FOR INL G-TIP MARK FORSTROM AND MARISA FERRI

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SUBJECT: ARGENTINA ACCEPTS INVITATION TO ILEA TIP TRAINING

REF: SECSTATE 125511

Senior advisor on trafficking in persons issues at the
Argentine Ministry of Justice, Dr. Azul Romero, confirmed the
GOA's interest in participating in the two-week course titled
"Trafficking in Persons for Law Enforcement Professionals" to
be conducted at the International Law Enforcement Academy
(ILEA) Regional Training Center in Lima, Peru, from March
9-20. The GOA is currently in the process of identifying
candidates for the program. Deputy Political Counselor Heidi
Gomez is the POC for the workshop and can be reached at
gomezhn@state.gov or 5411-5777-4752.
WAYNE

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