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Cablegate: Djibouti: Foreign Minister Supports Dialogue with Iran

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DUBAI FOR IRAN WATCHER

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TAGS: PREL IR DJ
SUBJECT: DJIBOUTI: FOREIGN MINISTER SUPPORTS DIALOGUE WITH IRAN

REF: 09 STATE 95073

1.(SBU) Ambassador delivered reftel points to Foreign Minister
Mahmoud Ali Youssouf September 22. The Minister made no specific
commitments, but commented that Djibouti of course supports
dialogue with Iran as proposed by the U.S. and P-5+1.
SWAN

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