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Cablegate: Action Response: Jakarta Nuclear Nonproliferation

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FM AMEMBASSY JAKARTA
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 3078
INFO RUEHGV/USMISSION GENEVA 7930
RUEHUNV/USMISSION UNVIE VIENNA 0219
RUCNDT/USMISSION USUN NEW YORK 1060
RUEHNO/USMISSION USNATO 0074
RUEHBS/USEU BRUSSELS

UNCLAS JAKARTA 001350

SIPDIS

DEPT FOR ISN/MNSA

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL KNNP PARM IAEA NPT ID
SUBJECT: ACTION RESPONSE: JAKARTA NUCLEAR NONPROLIFERATION
(NPT) REVIEW 2010 CONTACT INFORMATION

REF: STATE 083600

1. (U) Per reftel request, post points of contact on
NPT-related issues are:

Daniel Rochman,
Deputy Political Counselor
E-mail: rochmanda@state.gov, rochmanda@state.sgov.gov
Office: (62-21)3435-9706
Fax: (62-21)3435-9916;

Matthew Cenzer (alternate contact),
Political Officer
E-mail: cenzerma@state.gov, cenzerma@state.sgov.gov
Office: (62-21)3435-9705,
Fax: (62-21)3435-9916;

Edwin Saeger (for export control issues),
Energy and Natural Resources Officer,
E-mail: saegeres@state.gov, saegeres@state.sgov.gov
Office: (62-21)3435-9066,
Fax: (62-21)3435-9971;

2. (U) Government of Indonesia points of contact are:

Andy Rachmianto (primary POC),
Deputy Director, Directorate for International Security and
Disarmament,
E-Mail: andyrachmianto@deplu.go.id
Office: (62-21)344-1508, ext. 4069,
Alternate office numbers:(62-21)381-2646 and (62-21)344-2646,
Fax: (62-21)385-8024.

Desra Percaya (alternate),
Director, Directorate for International Security and
Disarmament Affairs,
E-mail: desra.percaya@deplu.go.id
Office: (62-21)344-1508, ext. 4069,
Alternate office numbers:(62-21)381-2646 and (62-21)344-2646,
Fax: (62-21)385-8024;

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