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STATE FOR SCA/CEN, S/SRAP (JARRETT BLANC), SCA/A (TOM GRAMAGLIA AND
CAROLYN COBERLY)

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TAGS: PREL PREF EFIN AF KZ
SUBJECT: KAZAKHSTAN: DEMARCHE RESPONSE ON LONDON CONFERENCE ON
AFGHANISTAN

REF: STATE 6355

1. (U) Sensitive but unclassified. Not for public Internet.

2. (SBU) On January 25, the Ambassador delivered reftel points to
Deputy Foreign Minister Kairat Umarov. Umarov took the points under
advisement. Post also forwarded the points to the MFA separately
under the cover of a diplomatic note. Post will report any
substantive response.

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