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Date:2007-09-28 15:36:00
Origin:07LISBON2527
Source:Embassy Lisbon
Classification:CONFIDENTIAL
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INFO RUEHZL/EUROPEAN POLITICAL COLLECTIVE

C O N F I D E N T I A L SECTION 01 OF 02 LISBON 002527

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STATE FOR EUR/WE KEVIN OPSTRUP

E.O. 12958: DECL: 09/25/2017
TAGS: PGOV, PREL, OFDP, PO
SUBJECT: PORTUGAL: UK AMBASSADOR ON ENERGY SECURITY,
RUSSIA, EU-AFRICA SUMMIT, AND MCCANN CASE

Classified By: POL/ECON TIFFANY MCGRIFF FOR REASONS 1.4 (B),(D)

SUMMARY
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1. (C) On September 21, newly-arrived British Ambassador
Alexander Wykeham Ellis informed Ambassador Hoffman that
European concerns over Russia's aggressive energy policies
and the need for market competition were the driving forces
behind the third EU energy liberalization package. He
suggested that Russia's position with its neighbors was
guided by a self-proclaimed right to do "what it wants, when
it wants" in its own neighborhood. Regarding Robert Mugabe's
participation in the proposed EU-Africa Summit, Ellis said
the UK would not discourage other member states from
participating if PM Brown stayed away. He doubted, however,
if the Dutch, Irish, or Swedish would attend in Brown's
absence. Ellis also noted that it was the British police that
developed the current evidence against Madeleine McCann's
parents in the high-profile case that has captured
international attention. He informed the Ambassador that
former British Ambassador John Buck had accepted a
private-sector position at a UK gas company and that his
departure had nothing to do with bilateral issues. END SUMMARY

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