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Cablegate: Embassy Reykjavik Emergency Action Committee Meeting

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P 111050Z JAN 10
FM AMEMBASSY REYKJAVIK
TO SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 4258

S E C R E T REYKJAVIK 000008

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DEPT FOR DS/IP/EUR, DS/ICI/CI, DS/TIA/OSAC

E.O. 12958: DECL: 01/07/2020
TAGS: ASEC AMGT CASC PTER CA
SUBJECT: EMBASSY REYKJAVIK EMERGENCY ACTION COMMITTEE MEETING

REF: A. 09 STATE 93529 B. 06 STATE 29920

Classified By: RSO MARCO A. FERNANDEZ 1.4 (C) AND (D)

1. (S/NF) On December 15, 2009, American Embassy Reykjavik convened
an Emergency Action Committee (EAC) meeting as per REFTEL A. CDA
Watson chaired the meeting. In attendance were A/DCM, POL, PAO,
CONS, ECON, IPC, MILREP, MGT and RSO. Ref A was discussed by the
EAC.

2. (S/NF) RSO began the meeting by sharing REFTEL A with all the
members of the EAC. RSO and CONS discussed REFTEL A and agreed to
its contents regarding the immediate notification of threat
information to individuals or corporate entities via the EAC. The
EAC was also in complete agreement with the contents of REFTEL A. No
further subjects were discussed during the EAC and the EAC was
convened.

3. (SBU) POC is Marco A. Fernandez, RSO, IVG 682 X2289.

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