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Cablegate: Follow-Up: Blue Lantern Level 3: Post-Shipment

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RR RUEHWEB

DE RUEHC #6582 2312052
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
R 192035Z AUG 09
FM SECSTATE WASHDC
TO AMEMBASSY PARIS 5945

UNCLAS STATE 086582

SIPDIS
PARIS FOR ERIC J. RUETER

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ETTC KOMC FR
SUBJECT: FOLLOW-UP: BLUE LANTERN LEVEL 3: POST-SHIPMENT
END-USE CHECK ON LICENSE 050096393

REF: STATE 59724

1. According to our records, we have not yet received a
response to subject Blue Lantern request regarding the export
of defense hardware and technical data to France. This
request was sent on 10 June 2009, over 70 days ago. We
request an update from Post regarding the status of this
case. If Post has already responded to subject case, please
refer us to the appropriate MRN.

2. If Department does not receive a response within 15 days,
we plan to close this case as "NO RESPONSE." This action
will be recorded in the parties' licensing history and will
affect future license applications.

3. Please slug reply for PM/DTCC - BLUE LANTERN COORDINATOR
and include the words "Blue Lantern" and the DTCC case
numbers in the subject line. POC is Rachael-Therese S.
Joubert-Lin, PM/DTCC, Phone: 202-663-2950; ClassNet email:
joubertlinrs@state.sgov.gov. The 2006 Blue Lantern Guide
Book is available as a PDF file at
http://www.intelink.sgov.gov/wiki/Blue Lantern End-Use
Monitoring Program.

4. Department thanks Post for its assistance in this matter.
CLINTON

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