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Cablegate: Demarche Delivered: Outreach for Assistance to Wfp

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TAGS: EAGR EAID ECON ETRD IO PGOV PHUM PK PREF
PREL, JA
SUBJECT: DEMARCHE DELIVERED: OUTREACH FOR ASSISTANCE TO WFP
IN PAKISTAN (JAPAN)

REF: STATE 126694

(SBU) Econoff delivered reftel points to Ministry of Foreign
Affairs Southwest Asia Division Pakistan desk officer Takashi
Miyata December 15. Miyata said the Government of Japan is
examining possibilities for additional aid to displaced
persons in Pakistan's border regions, which may include
support for the World Food Programme, in the second fiscal
2009 supplementary budget currently being formulated. Post
will report further as it receives more information.
ROOS

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