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Cablegate: Iran Nuclear Program Demarche Delivered

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SUBJECT: IRAN NUCLEAR PROGRAM DEMARCHE DELIVERED

REF: STATE 95073

1. (U) Post delivered the demarche on Iran's Nuclear Program
to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on September 16. Post
relayed the relevant information to Mr. Belfort, Director of
International Affairs, and Mr. Izidore, Director of Political
Affairs, at the Ministry. Post will report any substantive
response as instructed in reftel.
MERTEN

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