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Cablegate: Slovenia: Demarche On Transition to Afghan Lead

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O 151524Z JAN 10
FM AMEMBASSY LJUBLJANA
TO SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 7624

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TAGS: MARR AF MOPS NATO PREL SI
SUBJECT: SLOVENIA: DEMARCHE ON TRANSITION TO AFGHAN LEAD
PROVINCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DELIVERED

REF: STATE 4108

On January 15, Emboff delivered reftel demarche to Jure
Rifelj, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Coordinator for
Afghanistan. Rifelj noted that he would be briefing and
travelling with Foreign Minister Zbogar to London and would
be able to provide more details to the Embassy on Slovenia's
position in the days leading up to the conference. Embassy
will provide updated information as soon as it becomes
available.
SHULTZ

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