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IdentifierDateEmbassyClassificationSubjectRedacted
79TEHRAN112601979-10-24 12:08:00Embassy TehranCONFIDENTIALSOVIET COMMENTS ON IRANNo
85MOGADISHU16431985-02-12 12:49:00Embassy MogadishuSECRETREPORT OF SOMALI OVERTURE T0 SOVIETSNo
85NOFORNMOGADISHU16431985-02-12 12:49:00Embassy MogadishuSECRETREPORT OF SOMALI OVERTURE T0 SOVIETSNo
85DAMASCUS32041985-05-22 08:55:00Embassy DamascusCONFIDENTIALIRANIANS IN DAMASCUS AND NOTES FROM TEHRANNo
85MOSCOW88141985-07-01 12:58:00Embassy MoscowCONFIDENTIAL(C) DEVELOPMENTS IN IRAN: A SOVIET VIEWNo
86MOSCOW28891986-02-21 14:10:00Embassy MoscowUNCLASSIFIEDOBSERVATIONS ON SOVIET "MIR" SPACE STATIONNo
88MOGADISHU80321988-07-06 11:44:00Embassy MogadishuCONFIDENTIALSOMALI INSURGENCY: ETHIOPIAN COMPLICITY?No
88MOGADISHU116851988-10-03 13:04:00Embassy MogadishuCONFIDENTIALSOVIET FLIRTATION WITH SOMALIANo
89BAGHDAD30481989-06-05 11:11:00Embassy BaghdadSECRETSOVIET ARMS SALES TO IRANNo
89MOSCOW151181989-06-07 15:02:00Embassy MoscowCONFIDENTIALSOVIET REACTION TO KHOMEINI'S DEATHNo
89ABUDHABI30921989-06-08 06:53:00Embassy Abu DhabiSECRETPOSSIBLE SOVIET ARMS SALES TO IRANNo
89MOSCOW316071989-11-13 11:37:00Embassy MoscowCONFIDENTIALCAN WARSAW PACT MEMBERS QUIT? / MOSCOW MAY NOT KNOWNo
89PRAGUE83111989-11-28 17:22:00Embassy PragueCONFIDENTIALLOCAL SOVIET VIEW OF CZECHOSLOVAK DEVELOPMENTSNo
90MOSCOW41611990-02-02 19:27:00Embassy MoscowCONFIDENTIALU.S.-JAPAN RELATIONS: THE SOVIET PERSPECTIVENo
90MOSCOW42921990-02-05 10:16:00Embassy MoscowCONFIDENTIALRADICAL POLITICAL REFORM ON TAP AT CENTRAL COMMITTEE PLENUMNo
90MOSCOW52041990-02-13 16:26:00Embassy MoscowCONFIDENTIALMUTED SOVIET REACTION TO MANDELA'S RELEASENo
90MOSCOW59661990-02-21 09:27:00Embassy MoscowCONFIDENTIALSOVIET AMBASSADOR IN KABUL REPORTEDLY ALLEGES U.S. AND PAKISTANI ROLE IN FOMENTING REBELLION IN SOVIET CENTRAL ASIAYes
90RIYADH52151990-06-28 08:25:00Embassy RiyadhCONFIDENTIALBACKGROUND ON SAUDI VISITOR TARIQ BIN LADEN AND BIN LADEN COMPANIESNo
90KHARTOUM76321990-07-26 09:29:00Embassy KhartoumCONFIDENTIALDIPLOMATS AGREE--BASHIR IS HERE TO STAY, IF NOT FOREVER AND A DAYNo
91MOSCOW1461991-01-02 16:29:00Embassy MoscowCONFIDENTIALROLL OVER LENIN: KAZAN CATHEDRAL TO BE REBUILT ON RED SQUARENo
91MOSCOW2191991-01-03 15:21:00Embassy MoscowCONFIDENTIALTAKEOVER OF PRESS BUILDINGS IN RIGA AND VILNIUSNo
91USNATO15051991-04-03 17:05:00Mission USNATOCONFIDENTIALNATO POLITICAL COMMITTEE DISCUSSION OF END OF THE WARSAW PACT AND NEW SOVIET RELATIONS WITH EASTERN EUROPENo
91MOSCOW103361991-04-10 09:23:00Embassy MoscowCONFIDENTIALGAMSAKHURDIA CONTINUES TO CHALLENGE MOSCOWYes
91MOSCOW108491991-04-16 22:02:00Embassy MoscowCONFIDENTIALBYZANTINE POLITICS THRIVE IN SOVIET GEORGIANo
91MOSCOW139891991-05-21 16:40:00Embassy MoscowCONFIDENTIALARMENIA PURSUES INDEPENDENCENo
91LENINGRAD41461991-08-30 14:54:00Consulate St PetersburgCONFIDENTIALLENINGRAD'S COMMUNISTS UNREPENTANTNo
91MOSCOW358351991-12-13 20:40:00Embassy MoscowCONFIDENTIALGEORGIAN REPUBLIC'S RELATIONS WITH MOSCOWNo
91MOSCOW370831991-12-30 10:35:00Embassy MoscowCONFIDENTIALGEORGIA -- DELIVERY OF LETTER ON RECOGNITION, COMMENTS ON INTERNAL SITUATIONNo
06WARSAW11672006-06-13 14:39:00Embassy WarsawCONFIDENTIALPOLAND: UPDATE ON ENERGY SECURITYNo
06WARSAW13142006-06-28 13:59:00Embassy WarsawCONFIDENTIALGOP REQUESTS US CONTACT SLOVAK GOVERNMENT ABOUT TRANSPETROL SALENo
06BUENOSAIRES22922006-10-12 10:35:00Embassy Buenos AiresUNCLASSIFIEDAUSTR EISSENSTAT VISIT TO ARGENTINANo
06ASUNCION11302006-11-09 20:58:00Embassy AsuncionUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYPARAGUAY POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC UPDATE, NOVEMBER 4 - 9, 2006No
06WARSAW24182006-11-20 10:55:00Embassy WarsawUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYPOLAND FINALIZES GAS DEALS WITH ROSUKRENERGO AND GAZPROMNo
07WARSAW2312007-02-02 15:23:00Embassy WarsawCONFIDENTIALPOLAND: MOE ATTEMPT TO STOP OIL TANKER LOADINGNo
07BUENOSAIRES4652007-03-10 17:51:00Embassy Buenos AiresCONFIDENTIALARGENTINA: CHAVEZ'S ANTI-BUSH RALLYNo
07BUENOSAIRES5762007-03-23 21:58:00Embassy Buenos AiresCONFIDENTIALK MAY WANT GOOD RELATIONS, BUT GOA DEFENSIVE OF USG CRITICISM OF CHAVEZ RALLYNo
07WARSAW11472007-05-16 08:53:00Embassy WarsawCONFIDENTIALPOLAND'S NAIMSKI TELLS DAS BRYZA KRAKOW SUMMIT POSITIVENo
08HAVANA4702008-06-21 17:03:00US Interests Section HavanaCONFIDENTIALURUGUAYAN PRESIDENT VAZQUEZ MEETS WITH FIDEL CASTRONo
08KUALALUMPUR6172008-07-15 09:52:00Embassy Kuala LumpurCONFIDENTIALDEMARCHE DELIVERED ON NAM UPCOMING FOREIGN MINISTERS MEETINGNo
08HANOI8322008-07-17 09:36:00Embassy HanoiUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYHANOI DOUBTS NAM FOREIGN MINISTER'S STATEMENT WILL BE "STRONGLY WORDED"No

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