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Cablegate: Recent Demarches Delivered: Cameroon

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INFO RUEHZO/AFRICAN UNION COLLECTIVE

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DEPARTMENT FOR ISN/RA JODY DANIEL, MICHAEL BEDKE,

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TAGS: KNNP MNUC PARM IAEA IR PREL AORC EG IS EAID
ETRD, UNGA, XA, UNHCR-1, AA, CVIS, CMGT, EIND, ELAB, PHUM,
SOCI, KV, CM
SUBJECT: RECENT DEMARCHES DELIVERED: CAMEROON

REF: A. STATE 91633
B. STATE 94890
C. STATE 93894
D. STATE 90254
E. STATE 93373
F. STATE 92560
G. STATE 93755

1. (U) Post delivered reftel recent demarches to Ministry of
External Relations (MINREX) Director for Americas Joe Nzume, covering
the U.N. General Assembly agenda, the ESTA and Travel Promotion Act,
the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act (TVPRA) list
of goods produced by child labor, the International Atomic Energy
Agency General Conference, the U.N. Food Security Summit, U.S.
concerns regarding Iran's nuclear program, the 12th U.N. Human Rights
Council Session, and a demarche on Kosovo.

2. (U) Nzume responded that Cameroon supports the U.S. position on
Kosovo, actively supports efforts to strengthen human rights in
Burundi, and supports freedom of religion. He provided no other
substantive responses to the demarches but promised to share the
information within the Ministry.

GARVEY

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