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Schmidbauer, Bernd 1939-

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November 26, 1992

State Minister Schmidbauer's Meeting with an Islamic Parliamentary Delegation led by Prof. Erbakan (Turkey) on 24 November 1992 in the Chancellor’s Office

Schmidbauer and Erbakan discuss the situation of Muslims in Western countries and in Germany in particular against the background of rising xenophobia in unified Germany. Erbakan sees Germany as a good Western partner for Muslim countries.

April 29, 1993

State Minister Schmidbauer's Meeting with the Chairman of Iran's Foreign Parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee and Secretary of Iran's National Security Council, Mister Hassan Rouhani, on 29 April 1993 in Bonn

Schmidbauer and Rouhani review the state of bilateral relations. They discuss Iran's arms control policy and its interest in the aquisitation of nuclear technology for peaceful uses, as Rouhani argues. Rouhani reiterates Iran's readiness for whatever kind of international nuclear inspections. Iran's interest was still the finalization of the Bushehr nuclear power plant.

October 23, 1992

Meeting between ChefBK Bohl and Secretary of Defense Cheney on 22 October 1992, 9:40-10:40 Hours

Bohl and Cheney assess the impact of the Yugoslavia war. Bohl emphasizes that lack of the EC consensus on fundamental security issues in contrast to its ability to regulate questions of trade and finance. He argues that this could do massive harm to the European integration project in general. Moreover, Bohl and Cheney discuss German domestic problems with NATO out-of-area missions.

June 2, 1992

One-on-one talks between Minister of State Schmidbauer and Minister of Security Fallahian

Schmidbauer and Fallahian review possibilities for increasing bilateral cooperation in the intelligence field. Schmidbauer does not see any chances to assist Iran in the completion of the Bushehr nuclear power plant. He requests Iran's assistance in the release of German hostages in Lebanon.

June 12, 1992

The Chancellor's [Helmut Kohl's] Meeting with the Presidents of Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania on the Margins on the UNCED-Conference in Rio de Janeiro on 11 June 1992

Kohl and the Presidents from the three Baltic states have a shared concern about the slow withdrawal of "Soviet" troops in the region. Kohl is asked to put more pressure on Yeltsin. All three Presidents see security and troop withdrawals as an essential precondition for the success of economic reforms in their countries.