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Cablegate: Indonesian Fm Will Attend Food Security Meeting

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STATE FOR EEB/TPP/MTAA/ABT: GARY CLEMENTS AND MIKE LURIE
STATE FOR OFFICE OF THE COUNSELOR: MARISA PLOWDEN

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SUBJECT: INDONESIAN FM WILL ATTEND FOOD SECURITY MEETING

REF: STATE 93894

The Indonesian Ministry of Foreign affairs has informed Post that
Minister of Foreign Affairs N. Hassan Wirajuda will attend the first
half-hour of the meeting on Partnering for Food Security in New York
(reftel). After the opening of the meeting, Director General for
Multilateral Affairs Rezlan Ishar Jenie will replace Wirajuda.

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