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Cablegate: Poland Interested in Bioterrorism Exercise In

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SUBJECT: POLAND INTERESTED IN BIOTERRORISM EXERCISE IN
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REF: STATE 84111

(SBU) MFA Deputy Director for Security Policy Marek Szczyglo
said Poland was interested in participating in reftel
bioterrorism conference in Montreaux next month. He was
unsure whether he would be able to participate personally,
but he will share the invitation information with MFA
colleagues, as well as others in the GoP interagency
community. Szczyglo thought Poland would participate and
hoped to have firmer information by next week. He will
contact the organizers directly with the GoP response.
ASHE

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