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Cablegate: Staffdel Doran Final Schedule

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1. (SBU) Per reftel request, Post provides in para 2 the text of
the final schedule for Staffdel Doran.


2. (SBU) Schedule for the Visit to Sudan of
Congressional Staff Delegation Doran
August 24-28, 2009
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Delegation
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Ms. Marissa Doran, Professional Staff Member (Majority), House
Committee on Foreign Affairs
Mr. Alan Makovsky, Professional Staff Member (Majority), House
Committee on Foreign Affairs
Ms. Joan Condon, Professional Staff Member (Minority), House
Committee on Foreign Affairs
Ms. Lauren Ploch, Africa Policy Analyst, Congressional Research
Service
Major Alexander Shaw, U.S. Army, Military Escort

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Monday, August 24
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23:05 Delegation arrives in Khartoum
23:20 Hotel Check-in and Security Brief

Overnight in Khartoum at the Burj al Fateh

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Tuesday, August 25
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08:00 Limited Country Team Briefing

09:00 Meeting with European Political Advisors

10:00 Meeting with Al-Fatih Ali Siddiq, Undersecretary of
International Cooperation

10:50 Meeting with Idriss Mohamed Abdelgadir, State Minister of the
Presidency and Dr. Sayed Mohamed Hassan Al-Khateeb, Center for
Strategic Studies

13:30 Lunch on Three Areas with Jason Matus, Three Areas Advisor

16:00 Meeting with Civil Society Leaders

17:30 Meeting with NGO Representatives

19:00 Dinner Hosted By Charg d'Affaires Whitehead

Overnight in Khartoum at Burj al Fateh

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Wednesday, August 26
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08:00 Depart Khartoum for El Fasher on UNAMID

09:15 Arrive El Fasher

11:00 Visit to Relief International Health Clinic at Zam Zam IDP
Camp

13:00 Briefing with UNAMID

14:00 Working Lunch with UN and Humanitarian Organizations

15: 00 Civil Society Leaders Meeting

16:00 Meeting with U.S. Trained Rwandan Peacekeeping Troops

Overnight in Khartoum at Burj al Fateh

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Thursday, August 27
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07:00 Depart Khartoum for Juba on Marsland Airlines

08:45 Arrive Juba

10:00 Briefing with CG Malnak

11:00 Briefing by INL Director Kelly Buenrostro

12:00 Roundtable Lunch with USAID NGO Partners on Elections (IFE
14:30 Meeting with UN Deputy Resident Coordinator Lise Grande

16:30 Joint Integrated Unit (JIU) HQ Briefing

19:30 Dinner with SPLA Chiefs of Staff and Oyai Deng Ajak, GOSS
Minister of Regional Cooperation

Overnight at Consulate Residential Compound

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Friday, August 28
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09:00 Briefing with Col. Mike Slusher on USG Security Assistance
Support

10:00 Meeting with UNMIS DDR Coordinator David Gressley

11:00 Meeting with Pagan Amum, Secretary General of the SPLM

12:15 Depart Juba to Nairobi on East African
Airways


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