Viewing cable 07REYKJAVIK249, U.S. CANDIDACY FOR ICAO COUNCIL ANNOUNCED TO ICELAND
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|07REYKJAVIK249||2007-08-29 14:02||2011-01-13 05:05||UNCLASSIFIED||Embassy Reykjavik|
VZCZCXYZ0033 RR RUEHWEB DE RUEHRK #0249 2411425 ZNR UUUUU ZZH R 291425Z AUG 07 FM AMEMBASSY REYKJAVIK TO SECSTATE WASHDC 3420
UNCLAS REYKJAVIK 000249 SIPDIS SIPDIS DEPT FOR IO/T: LAURA LUFTIG, EB/TRA/OTP: MEGAN WALKLET-TIGHE, USICAO MONTREAL: LAURA FAUX-GABLE E.O. 12958: N/A TAGS: PREL EAIR AORC ICAO SUBJECT: U.S. CANDIDACY FOR ICAO COUNCIL ANNOUNCED TO ICELAND REF: STATE 115443 ¶1. Post announced U.S. candidacy for the IACO Council to Helga Hauksdsttir of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ms. Astrpur Scheving Thorsteinsson of the Ministry of Transportation on August ¶28. Ms. Hauksdsttir and Ms. Thorsteinsson responded positively and said the GOI would review the information. ¶2. Ms. Thorsteinsson informed post that Iceland's delegation to the IACO assembly would include Permanent Secretary Ragnhildur Hjaltadsttir and Director of the Civil Aviation Authority Ptur K. Maack. ¶3. Ms. Thorsteinsson also announced Iceland's candidacy for Part II of the council, to fill a seat that has always rotated among the Nordic countries. GOI requested U.S. support for their candidacy. VAN VOORST