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Cablegate: Romania: Codel Lynch Itinerary

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INFO RUEHBUL/AMEMBASSY KABUL IMMEDIATE 0058
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SUBJECT: ROMANIA: CODEL LYNCH ITINERARY

REF: STATE 97918

Sensitive but Unclassified; not for Internet distribution.

1. (SBU) Embassy Bucharest warmly welcomes the visit of CODEL Lynch
(reftel). Lead control officer for this visit is Economic Officer
Justin Berg (Office: 40 21 200 3436; Mobile: 40 723 393 952; Home:
40 21 222 2660; email: BergJ@state.gov), with backup control officer
Christy Brown (Office: 40 21 200 3418; Mobile: 40 722 462 957; Home:
40 21 267 4066; email: BrownCC2@state.gov). In response to reftel,
the suggested travel itinerary appears below.

2. (SBU) Friday, September 25, 2009

1115 Arrive Bucharest Otopeni Airport / Tiriac Terminal and met
by Control Officers

1130 Depart Airport for Hilton Hotel

1200 Check-in at Hotel, Accommodation Exchange in Control Room

1230 Depart Hotel for EMR

1245 Lunch with Ambassador and Mrs. Mark Gitenstein, accompanied by
DCM Jeri Guthrie-Corn and Embassy officers

1415 Depart Residence for Southeast European Cooperative Initiative
(SECI) Center

1445 Tour SECI Center
(DEA Supervisory Special Agent Harry Giknavorian)

1540 Depart SECI Center for Village Museum

1600 Tour Village Museum
(Guide: Cornel Dumitrescu)

1730 Depart Village Museum for Hotel

1745 Downtime at Hotel

1945 Meet in Hotel Lobby for Dinner

2000 No-Host Dinner at Jaristea Restaurant with Embassy officers

2300 Depart Restaurant for Hotel

2315 Downtime at Hotel


Saturday, September 26, 2009

0045 Baggage Call/Reverse accommodation exchange

0115 Hotel Check-out/depart for Airport

0145 Arrive at Otopeni Airport/Tiriac Terminal

0215 Depart Bucharest for Kabul

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