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May 14, 1964

CABLE FROM THE CHINESE EMBASSY IN MALI, ‘THE MATTER OF SENDING EXPERTS'

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    The Chinese Embassy in Mali reports on a request for wood carving and ivory experts to come to Mali and assist with local production.
    "Cable from the Chinese Embassy in Mali, ‘The Matter of Sending Experts'," May 14, 1964, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, PRC FMA 108-01057-03. Obtained by Gregg Brazinsky and translated by Marian Rosenberg. http://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/121665
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Cable Received by the Foreign Cultural Liaison Committee

Request the Foreign Aid Department Handle [this matter]

Level: Normal

[Received from the] Mali Station

Committee Received Document # [19](64) Year of the Dragon 175

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The Matter of Sending Experts

To the Foreign Cultural Liaison Committee:

[Your] telegram [of] the 6th [has been] received. [After discussions with the] Malians, they still want our wood carving and ivory experts to come to Mali [for] work. [The] Mali Handicraft School [will have a school] break in June. [They] resume classes on 15 October [1964]. The Malian side requests our experts to arrive in Mali before October. [They] also hope [that the experts will] bring a French translator. Also, a jewelry expert is temporarily no longer requested to come.

[Chinese] Embassy in Mali

14 May [1964]