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Cablegate: No Substantive Reply From Bosnia On Goldstone

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DEPARTMENT FOR IO/HR (KRUCHOWSKI); IO/UNP (MORRISON);
NEA/IPA (GIAUQUE); EUR/SCE (FOOKS); USUN FOR GERMAIN

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TAGS: PHUM PREL PTER IS KPAL BK
SUBJECT: NO SUBSTANTIVE REPLY FROM BOSNIA ON GOLDSTONE
REPORT

REF: STATE 112828

1. (SBU) Post demarched Bosnian MFA contacts Amb. Milenko
Misic, Head of Department for Human Rights, and Sanja
Kenig-Corovic, Head of Department for UN and International
Organizations, on November 3 regarding the UN General
Assembly's upcoming debate on the Goldstone Report. Misic
and Kenig-Corovic had no substantive reply at this time.

2. (SBU) Post notes Bosnia's likely abstention from any UNGA
action related to the Goldstone Report, based on past Bosnian
pattern of voting in the UNHRC.
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