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Cablegate: Message From Foreign Minister Moni to Secretary

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SUBJECT: MESSAGE FROM FOREIGN MINISTER MONI TO SECRETARY
CLINTON

Summary
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1. Post received a diplomatic note from Bangladesh's Ministry
of Foreign Affairs. Please deliver the following message from
the Foreign Minister to Secretary Clinton. There will be no
signed original. The diplomatic note is repeated below.

2. Begin text:

Dear Secretary Clinton,

Greatly relieved and happy to learn that President Clinton
has gone through a successful surgical procedure and is now
in excellent health. My husband joins me in wishing both of
you the best for a wonderful happy and creative future.

With warm personal regards,
Dr. Dipu Moni, MP

End text.
MORIARTY

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