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Cablegate: Estonia Hopes E.O. 13382 Designations Do Not Further Worsen

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SUBJECT: Estonia Hopes E.O. 13382 Designations Do Not Further Worsen
The Human Rights Situation In Iran

REF: STATE 015554

(SBU) EconOff delivered reftel non-paper February 22 to Martin
Poder, Head of the EU and International Affairs Department of the
Ministry of Finance, and Kulliki Linnamagi, acting U.S. Desk
Officer at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Linnamagi responded
that the Government of Estonia had no problems with the decision,
but hoped that the sanctions will not obstruct the develpoment of
democracy and worsen the human rights situation in the country.
POLT

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