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Judicial Watch • Def’s Document Production – March 7, 2016 pg 21

Def’s Document Production – March 7, 2016 pg 21

Def’s Document Production – March 7, 2016 pg 21

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UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2014-11262 Doc No. C05933140 Date: 03/07/2016
From:
Sent:
Sand, Maria
Saturday, September 15, 2012 5:20 CallNotes
Call Notes: S-Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr
To:
Subject:
RELEASE PART
1.4(8),81 ,1.4(D)
The Secretarys Call with Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Amr
Please Note: This not transcript this call.
Call UP: 09115@ 1225
Secretary Clinton: Hello, this Hillary Clinton. Mohamed?
Foreign Minister Amr: Yes, Hillary. How are you? Amr: fine, thank you.
Classified DAS A/GIS, Dos 03/07/2016 Class:
CONFIDENTIAL- Reason 1.4(8), 1.4(D), Declassify 09/15/2027 Thank you for the opportunity talk you about recent events Cairo. know President Obama
spoke with the President [Morsi). bad the opportunity talk the Prime Minister. obviously
need count you and your security forces control these demonstrations and prevent outbreaks
violence order ensure the integrity our diplomatic facilities and the safety the American and
Egyptian citizens who work then~:
1.4(8 4(0) especially sad had very successful investment visit led deputy,
Tom des, and the very day they left this series incidents began unfold. President Morsi
statements condemning the attacks Benghazi and elsewhere, and firmly telling Egyptians not
engage unlawful violent criminal acts are impo~
1.4(8)
1.4(0) Amr: You can sure that. sorry didnt come back you earlier. was traveling. But
arranged with the Prime Minister, but were Rome and Brussels. wanted express
condolences for the regrettable loss life Benghazi. was delayed but please accept
condolences the government, the people, the families. This was uncalled for and regrettable.
hope this will not repeated anjwhere. This against all our principles and our values, you can
sure that. Morsi said more than once. condemned unequivocally and was very clear his
public statements. assure you this message will continue sent and will publicize it. assure
you our utter commitment the safety all U.S. government and all foreign government
personnel. you said, had very successful meeting with businesspeople and was regrettable
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2014-11262 Doc No. C05933140 Date: 03/07/2016