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Cablegate: High-Level Attendance for Unga - Niger

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R 141144Z AUG 09
FM AMEMBASSY NIAMEY
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 5258
INFO RUCNDT/USMISSION USUN NEW YORK 0206
RHEHNSC/NSC WASHDC

UNCLAS NIAMEY 000592

FOR AF/W AND AF/RSA - L MAZEL
IO/UNP FOR SUN
USUN FOR DUGAN
NSC FOR BROWN

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL OTRA OVIP KSEP CVIS UNGA NG
SUBJECT: HIGH-LEVEL ATTENDANCE FOR UNGA - NIGER

REF: STATE 68590

1. The Nigerien attendees to the 64rd UN General Assembly will be
as listed below. (Note: no spouses are anticipated to attend, and
travel information is not available at this time. All participants
speak French, a few have moderate English language speaking ability.
End note.)

A. Attendance of Head of State:

No

B. Attendance of Head of Government:

No.

C. Attendance of Foreign Minister:

-- Ms. Aichatou Mindaoudou

-- Moderate English ability

D. Attendance of Other VIPs - (Note: all of the following are from
the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation. End note.):

1) Ms. Djibrilla Maiga Toure, Ambassador to the United States

-- Speaks English

2) Mr. Ibrahim Sani Abani, Perm Rep to the United Nations

-- Speaks English

E. Attendance of Foreign Ministry Official Responsible for IO
Affairs:

1) Mrs. Sandi Sahadi Abdou, Director of the United Nations and
International Organizations


-- Moderate English language ability

2) Mr. Mohamadou Aboubacar, Director of Bilateral Cooperation

-- Unknown English ability

3) Mr. Zakariaou Adam Maiga, United Nations and International
Conferences Division Chief, Department of United Nations and
International Conferences

-- Moderate English language ability

4) Mr. Ibrahim Sidi Oumar, Department of United Nations and
International Conferences

-- Unknown English ability

5) Mr. Iro Moussa, Department of Financial and Material Resources

-- Unknown English ability

6) Ms. Habsatou Hassane, Office of Protocol

-- Moderate English language ability

2. Post will provide additional information as it becomes
available.

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