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Cablegate: Mission Clearance Granted for Jennifer Landsidle,

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: OTRA UN PBTS SO
SUBJECT: MISSION CLEARANCE GRANTED FOR JENNIFER LANDSIDLE,
L/LEI

REF: STATE 84608

1. Mission clearance is granted for L/LEI Attorney-Adviser
Jennifer Landsidle on August 19 to attend a meeting at the UK
Mission to the UN with representatives from the UN Office of
Legal Affairs (OLA) and UK Mission Legal Adviser Cathy Adams,
and UK Assistant Legal Adviser Katharine Shepard on potential
OLA contributions to the ongoing work of the Contact Group on
Piracy off the Coast of Somalia. Jennifer Landsidle holds a
TS SCI clearance.

2. USUN POC is Jim Donovan. Tele: 212-415-4300.
RICE

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