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Cablegate: Estonia and Unga Red Lines

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DEPT FOR IO/UNP CHRISTOPHER DEUTSCH
USUN FOR JENNIFER SIMON

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TAGS: PREL UNGA
SUBJECT: Estonia and UNGA Red Lines

REF: STATE 97566

Pol Chief delivered reftel demarche to Eva-Marie Liimets, the MFA's
Director for International Organizations, and to Kristina Meius,
MFA Director for European Union Affairs, on September 21. Liimets
had no immediate substantive comment, but promised to consider the
points as she heads to UNGA.
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