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WikiLeaks: E.O. 13382 entities - examples of proliferation

WikiLeaks cable: E.O. 13382 entities - examples of proliferation

December 7, 2006 E.O. 13382 entities - examples of proliferation

date:2006-12-07T04:51:00 source:Embassy Wellington origin:06WELLINGTON967 destination:VZCZCXYZ0000 OO RUEHWEB DE RUEHWL #0967 3410451 ZNY SSSSS ZZH O 070451Z DEC 06 FM AMEMBASSY WELLINGTON TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 3576 INFO RUEATRS/DEPT OF TREASURY WASHDC IMMEDIATE classification:SECRET reference:06SECSTATE193703 ?S E C R E T WELLINGTON 000967

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STATE FOR ISN PDAS MCNERNEY, EAP/FO, EAP/K AND EAP/ANP E.O. 12958: DECL: 12/07/2016 T... ?S E C R E T WELLINGTON 000967

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SIPDIS

STATE FOR ISN PDAS MCNERNEY, EAP/FO, EAP/K AND EAP/ANP E.O. 12958: DECL: 12/07/2016 TAGS: KNNP, PARM, PREL, PGOV, NZ, KN SUBJECT: E.O. 13382 ENTITIES -- EXAMPLES OF PROLIFERATION REF: SECSTATE 193703

Classified By: Political-Economic Counselor Katherine B. Hadda, for Reasons 1.4(b) and (d)

1. (S) On December 6, PE Couns delivered reftel information to David Taylor, Director of the North Asia Division at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Taylor said that the information will greatly help NZ officials understand the range of proliferation activities to watch for. He also said that off-hand he did not recognize any of the DPRK entities cited, but would let the Embassy know if others in the GNZ had any information about them.

McCormick

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