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Cablegate: Invitation for Egyptian Participation in Nnsa Doha Workshop

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TAGS: TRGY ENRG KNNP EG AORC
SUBJECT: Invitation for Egyptian Participation in NNSA Doha Workshop
May 2010

REF: EMB CAIRO (GAYLE) EMAILS 2/16-17 TO NNSA (VAN SICKLE)
STATE 12231

(U) Following consultation with one of the National Nuclear Safety
Administration workshop coordinators (ref a), Embassy passed the
information and invitation contained in ref b to Dr. Mohamed El
Kolaly, head of the Egyptian Atomic Energy Association and Dr
Yassin Ibrahim, head of Egypt's Nuclear Power Plant Authority.
Both Kolaly and Ibrahim had already been contacted directly by NNSA
about the Doha workshop. Emboff provided the same information to
counterparts at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Disarmament
Division (Ahmed Shandawily) and in the Americas Division (Neveen
El-Husseiny). Embassy will advise of the names of any participants
the GOE designates for the Doha workshop.
SCOBEY

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