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Cablegate: Jamaica: Response to Request for Goldstone Follow-Up Action

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SUBJECT: JAMAICA: RESPONSE TO REQUEST FOR GOLDSTONE FOLLOW-UP ACTION

REF: STATE 15722

1. (U) Per reftel, Emboff delivered a demarche requesting follow-up
on the Goldstone Report to Ms. Pamela Ingleton of the International
Organizations Department of the Government of Jamaica (GOJ)'s
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade (MFAFT). The
demarche was delivered on the afternoon of February 25. Ms.
Ingleton told Emboff that Jamaica will once again vote in favor of
the resolution, as it did previously. Post will convey any
additional information as it becomes available.
Parnell

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