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Cablegate: Embassy Rabat Welcomes Staffdel Hogrefe

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: OREP ASEC AFIN MO
SUBJECT: EMBASSY RABAT WELCOMES STAFFDEL HOGREFE

REF: STATE 84631

1. (SBU) Embassy Rabat welcomes the visit of StaffDel
Hogrefe, September 3-5 (Reftel). Control Officer for this
visit will be D/PolCouns David O'Connor (email:
O'ConnorDR@state.gov; Tel:
212-537-66-82-53; Fax: 212-537-76-39-84; Home:
212-537-63-93-99; Mobile: 212-661-22-78-35). The
administrative point of contact will be Management Counselor
C. Alison Barkley (email:
BarkleyCA@state.gov; Tel: 212-537-66-8041; Fax:
212-537-76-5661; Home:
212-537-67-33-16; Mobile: 212-661-48-91-65).

2. (SBU) The Embassy has reserved five single rooms the
Sofitel Diwan Hotel (Address: Place de L'Unitie Africaine
10005, Rabat, Morocco; Tel: 212-537-26-27-27; Fax:
212-537-26-24-24). The latest date for cancellation of room
reservations without penalty is September 1. The rate for
single room plus occupancy tax and breakfast is USD 144.00,
which is below the per diem of USD 181 for Rabat at August 19
exchange rates, which are subject to fluctuation.

3. (U) The Embassy will send a Scenesetter cable septel.


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Visit Embassy Rabat's Classified Website;
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Jackson

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