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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

US MOVES AT DAMAGE CONTROL IN NEPAL

Kathmandu, 30 Nov.: As in other capitals, US Ambassador to Nepal Scott H. DeLisi also moved fast Tuesday at damage control by leaked classified documents of US State Department.
“I cannot vouch for the authenticity of any one of these documents. But I can say that the United States deeply regrets the disclosure of any information that was intended to be confidential.
“For our part, the U.S. government is committed to maintaining the security of our diplomatic communications and is taking steps to make sure they are kept in confidence.
“We are moving aggressively to make sure this kind of breach does not happen again. And we will continue to work to strengthen our partnership with Nepal and make progress on the issues that are important for our two countries.
“We can’t afford anything less.” DeLisi said in a statement.
Reports said communications between the US embassy in Kathmandu and State Department—nearly 2,500-- have been leaked.
Section on Nepal is yet to be published.
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