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Cablegate: Georgia: U.S. Posture On Iran's Nuclear Program

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TAGS: PREL IR GG
SUBJECT: GEORGIA: U.S. POSTURE ON IRAN'S NUCLEAR PROGRAM
AND NEXT STEPS

REF: SECSTATE 120288

1. (SBU) On November 25, we delivered the points detailed in
reftel on the U.S. posture towards the Iranian nuclear
program to Levan Nizharadze of the Americas division in MFA.
We also noted that this information would likely be the first
step as we continued to work with our international partners
on the Iranian nuclear issue, and that we would greatly
appreciate the support of Georgia now and in the future on
this issue. Nizharadze expressed his appreciation for the
details, stated that he would immediately brief the relevant
offices on the information provided, and promised to be in
contact with us should any follow up questions arise as they
compose their report for senior MFA officials.
BASS

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