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Cablegate: Timor-Leste: Leahy Vetting Request for Participant in Asia

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SUBJECT: TIMOR-LESTE: LEAHY VETTING REQUEST FOR PARTICIPANT IN ASIA
PACIFIC CENTER FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES' EXECUTIVE COURSE .

1. (U) Post requests the Department's assistance in vetting the
following candidate, who has been nominated for Asia Pacific
Center for Strategic Studies' Executive Course on Advanced
Security Cooperation training from April 28 to June 16, 2010 in
the U.S., pursuant to the Leahy Amendment and Foreign Assistance
Act. Post has no derogatory information.

2. (U) The Name of proposed candidate is as follows:

-- Jose Antonio Amorim Dias

Unit: National Director for Protocol, Consular and Legal
Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

DPOB: June 15, 1963, Lospalos, Timor-Leste

3. (U) Post appreciates Department's assistance.

KLEMM

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