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Cablegate: Georgia: Outreach On London Conference On

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FOR S/SRAP:JARRETT BLANC AND SCA/A:TOM GRAMAGLIA AND CAROLYN
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TAGS: PREL PGOV ECON EFIN AF GG
SUBJECT: GEORGIA: OUTREACH ON LONDON CONFERENCE ON
AFGHANISTAN

REF: STATE 6355

1. (SBU) We delivered reftel talking points to officials in
the Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, America Department
on January 25, 2010. We also inquired about whether Georgia
expected to make any announcements at the London conference.
MFA officials were not aware of any planned announcements at
present, but would let the Embassy know if such plans were
made.
BASS

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