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Cablegate: U.S.Mission Grants Clearance for Request to Attend

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SUBJECT: U.S.MISSION GRANTS CLEARANCE FOR REQUEST TO ATTEND
A U.S.- UN IRAQ SECURITY MEETING IN NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 25,
2010.

REF: SECSTATE 016745

1.(U) U.S. Mission grants clearance to the following
individuals to attend a U.S.- UN Iraq Security meeting at the
United Nations on Thursday February 25, 2010 in New York:

William Haldeman (Iraq Desk Officer, IO/UNP)
Edward Stafford (Director, NEA/I/PM)
Shaun Mandelkorn (Iraq Desk Officer, NEA/I/PM)
Kevin Bauer (Regional Director, DS/IP/NEA)
Kathleen Heesh (Office of the Secretary of Defense, DOD)
Lauren Geetter (Office of the Secretary of Defense, DOD)
Thomas Moninger (Commander, Office of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff)
John Hall (Colonel, Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff)

2.(U) U.S. Mission POC is Political Adviser, Tressa Finerty,
212-415-4373, room, 629.
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