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Cablegate: Brazil Informed of Designation Related to Iranian

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TAGS: MNUC KNNP IR GM PREL PARM EFIN BR
SUBJECT: Brazil informed of designation related to Iranian
Revolutionary Guard Corps

REF: 10 STATE 15554

(SBU) Econoff delivered reftel points and the text of the suggested
accompanying press release regarding the designation of four
entities and one individual related to the Iranian Revolutionary
Guard Corps to the Brazilian financial intelligence unit (COAF)
Chief of Staff Bernardo Mota. Poloff will also deliver to
Brazilian Ministry of Exterior Relations Iran desk. Brazilian
officials had no immediate feedback. Post will report any later
feedback septel.
SHANNON

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