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On page seven of the January 29 - February 11 issue, the Phnom Penh Post referred

to Mr. Raoul Jennar as serving as an adviser to the European Community.

The Delegation of the Commission of the European Community wishes to state that:

  1. Mr. Raoul Jennar is not an adviser to the European Community nor does he have

    any contractual relationship with it.

  2. Mr. Raoul Jennar is therefore not authorized to speak on behalf of the European

    Community or to present European policies.

  3. Recent articles attributing comments on the situation in Cambodia to Mr. Jennar

    therefore do not in any way reflect the views or policies of the European Community.

The Delegation of the Commission of the European Communities in Bangkok kindly

requests that you publish at your earliest convenience a rectification with regard

to Mr. Raoul Jennar's status.

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