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Cablegate: Visas Viper January 2010 Monthly Activity Report

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SUBJECT: VISAS VIPER January 2010 Monthly Activity Report

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The following information is keyed to Ref A formatting instructions
and covers the January 2010 reporting period:

POST: Managua

MEETING DATE: February 3, 2010

CHAIR: Ambassador Robert J. Callahan

COORDINATOR: Consul General Robert Batchelder

ATTENDEES: AMB, DCM, CG, RSO, POL, ECON, DEA, DAO, TAT, ORA, and
MILGRP

PREVIOUS SUBMISSIONS: None since the last monthly report.

Discussion: No new names submitted for the January 2010 reporting
period.
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