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Cablegate: Syg's Proposed Schedule for December Foreign

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL NATO RS GG UP AF
SUBJECT: SYG'S PROPOSED SCHEDULE FOR DECEMBER FOREIGN
MINISTERIAL

1. (SBU) At the November 3 informal PermReps' lunch, NATO
Secretary General (SG) Rasmussen distributed his proposed
schedule for the December 3-4 meeting of NATO Foreign
Ministers.

2. (SBU) The text of the Secretary General's proposed
schedule follows:

BEGIN TEXT

2009 Autumn Foreign Ministers Meeting


Draft Programme


Thursday, 3 December 2009:

09:00-12:00 Meeting of the North Atlantic Council with ISAF
contributors

12:15-14:15 North Atlantic Council Lunch
- Topic tbd from among the items discussed
at NAC meeting at 28

14:30-15:10 SG's press conference

15:15-16:30 NATO Ukraine Commission
- Performance with Annual National Programme

16:45-18:00 NATO Georgia Commission
- Performance with Annual National Programme

19:30 Transatlantic Dinner (hosted by Belgium)

Friday, 4 December 2009:

08:30-11:00 Meeting of the North Atlantic Council
- Open Door
- Missile Defense
- Strategic Concept
- Afghanistan (issues not dealt with in ISAF
meeting)
- Russia

11:00-13:00 Meeting of the NATO-Russia-Council
- Tasking for a Joint Threat Review
- Taking the NRC Forward
- Work Programme 2010

followed by SG's press conference

END TEXT


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