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Cablegate: Irisl's Uninsured Fleet and Evasive Actions

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UNCLAS BUJUMBURA 000109

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PLEASE PASS TO TREASURY AND ISN/CPI: KEVIN MCGEEHAN AND
JENNIFER CHALMERS

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TAGS: KNNP EFIN ETTC IR BY
SUBJECT: IRISL'S UNINSURED FLEET AND EVASIVE ACTIONS

REF: SECSTATE 16220

1. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Director General for
International Organizations, Adolphe Nahayo, expressed his
appreciation to PolOff on February 24 for the information on
IRISL's uninsured fleet. He did not have any further comment
in response to this demarche.

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