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Cablegate: Embassy Windhoek Contact for Ict Issues

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INFO SOUTHERN AF DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY COLLECTIVE

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SUBJECT: Embassy Windhoek Contact for ICT Issues

REF: STATE 17143

(U) In response to reftel, Embassy Windhoek's point of contact for
information and communications technology (ICT) issues is Economic
and Commercial Officer Frank DeParis. Contact information is as
follows:

Office Phone: +264 61 295-8549

Cell Phone: +264 81 127-8668

Email Address: deparisf@state.gov
MATHIEU

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