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Cablegate: Open Skies Treaty Reimbursement

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TO RUEHAK/AMEMBASSY ANKARA PRIORITY 9976
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UNCLAS STATE 093535

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: OSCE TU
SUBJECT: OPEN SKIES TREATY REIMBURSEMENT

1. The United States shared an Open Skies Treaty mission with
Turkey over the Russian Federation 25-29 May 2009. According
to the joint modalities, the U.S. agreed to pay the
Government of Turkey no more than $15,000 U.S. dollars as
reimbursement for our share of the expenses.

2. We request that Post forward the $15,000 to the Turkish
bank account per the information provided below using the
following fund cite information. Request Post report on
confirmation of payment date.

Obligation number: M9 1059905006
Appropriation: 19 90113000
Allotment: 1059
Org. Code: 195210
Object Code: 2589
Function Code: 2129

Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey, Ankara Branch
Intermediary: Citibank Frankfurt
Turkish Ministry of Defense Bank Account: 85-859-001-021
Swift Code: TCMB TR 2A
IBAN No: TR17 0000 1001 0000 0859 0010 21

Point of Contact in Ankara is: Col Demiral, Chief of the
Turkish Arms Control Implementation and Verification Center
(SKUD), Turkish General Staff. Telephone: 90-312-402-1464,
fax: 90-312-4183047

Point of Contact at State is: Diana Marvin, 202-647-5357,
Bureau of Verification, Compliance and Implementation.
CLINTON

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