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Cablegate: Visas Viper: September 2009 Monthly Activity Report

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SUBJECT: VISAS VIPER: SEPTEMBER 2009 MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT

1. Charge d'Affaires chaired a meeting of Post's Visas Viper
committee on October 6, 2009. State Department, USAID, Defense
Department and Department of Justice were present at the meeting.

2. Post has no information to report for the September 2009
reporting period.

3. Post's Visas Viper coordinator is Michael P. Taylor.

HENICK

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