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Italy: . REfEASED IN FULL 12.. ~ 0 l,
Supplies: Generators, 12,000 tons of airlifted camp beds, blankets/sheets, Ie:!
pumps/purifiers, medical supplies, baby food, 6000 lbs foodstuffs (Approved) .
Personnel: 8 emergency staff (Approved)' .
-4!' Water pumps offered, FEMA'needs to vet I
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Portugal: (FEMA needs to vet on all of the following for Portugal)
Supplies: >3000 items for accommodation and p:ersonal care
Personnel: 4 forensic experts i
Other: 500, 000 barrels of oil (2% reserves), general offers of assistance
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Energy: offers up to-65;OOO-barrelSOl' oil/day fori 60 days
Supplies: logistical supplies, generators, supplies for accommodation, water treatment, air
heating, food, other relief supplies i .
Personnel: firefighters, medical practitioners, search and rescue experts
General: offers of assistance I
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Andorra: (FEMA needs to vet) , I


Supplies: > 2000 items for accommodation, 15 tons bottled water, emergency and
medical supplies I
Malta: (FEMA needs to vet)
~~ tents, bedding, clothing, material
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'--Casli: $300,000 s bolic contribution from Po~e; over $15 million collected to date by .
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REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE 10: 24 AUG 2006 200503991
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Katrina Wrap-Up· Outstanding Issues:

Money:
Matter for high-level decision (with RIM, Red Cross, FEMA input?)

MREs:
- We may need,7th. floor to call NORTCOM on getting German MREs in Gulfport to
airbase warehouse in Little Rock
- We may need i h floor engagement to ensure that non-DOS agencies cover costs of
transporting (Little Rock) MREs to other destinations (e.g., WFP) as needed
- Pending: Feedback from 10 (re: WFP) and/or AF (re: African Union)

EUR Issues: t, .:.,._~1


- Greek Ship: ft·fNv,·~ ~ ~ OF-Ijt(F~ ~t~'t\J) '.
- Italian Meds: PGI working up note for OFDA (that basedon OFDA & FDA's ~ ItJ /;
assessment, evolving circumstances and having consulted Italy, we agree that best coursei fi.,'IIJ. ~
of action is to destroy them) .
- Macedonia: Desk working with country & Louisiana Governor's office
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- (NATO) Amb visit: PGI & RPM question need; PGI doesn't think optics of event in
D.C. would be good; perhaps visits to region, but choreographing logistics = problematic
- Dutch equipment: (a) pumps on hold; (b) crane/trucks: pending response

Other Bureaus:
- Tasked other regionalbureau reps with following up on cables. Will poke again/again

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Subject: SUBJECT: RFG: OPERATION KATRINA SUPPORT WRAPPING UP

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TAGS: PREL, AEMR, MOPS. NATO. EAID
SUBJECT: RFG: OPERATION KATRINA SUPPORT WRAPPING UP

1. '(U) NATO's Katrina relief activity concluded October 2


With the arrival in L1ltle Rock of a Turkish C-130.
Following the U.S. request for assistance on September 8,
NATO delivered or coordinated the delivery of nearly 200 tons
of aid from nine nations In little less than one month.
According to the Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination
Center (EADRCC), NATO 707s flew a total of nine delivery
missions, beginning September 12. French, German, Italian.
and Greek NATO Response Force (NRF) C-130 and C-160 aircraft
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REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA 1
DATE/CASE In: 23 AUG 2006 200503991
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strategic NATO air hub establishedat.Ramstein AB, for onward
transport to Little Rock. Canada and Turkey, as well as NATO
Partner Ukraine contributed strategic lift.and flew one .
mission each for NATO from Ramstein to Little Rock.

2. (SBU) The EADRCC notified Allies and Partners on October


3 that it is suspending Katrina support operations in the'
absence of any additional tasks requested by the U.S. SHAPE
declared mission complete on October 2, and SACEUR has
prepared an end of mission letter for the SYG.

3. (SBU) CommentlRFG: Mission is unaware of further


requirements for NATO assistance. Unless otherwise
instructed by OOB Brussels on Wednesday, October 12, we
intend to thank the SYG and Allies for a job well done and to
note the conclusion of NATO's Operation Katrina Support.
Mission believes NATO's relief activity contributed .
significantly to the overall operation and helped provide
tangible relief for victims. The EADRCC liaison officer
assigned to Washington not only coordinated NATO donations
and flights but managed other international aspects of the
operation. NATO's efforts were a clear demonstration of
Allied commitment to the United States. End CommenVRFG.
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Sent: Tuesday, January 10.20069:12 AM
To: Morrow, Michael K B6
SUbJect: FWT: HURRICANE KATRINA, RECOGNIZING FOREIGN ASSISTANCE

More guidance to field.


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Subject: HURRICANE KATRINA, RECOGNIZING FOREIGN ASSISTANCE

SUBJECT: HURRICANE KATRINA, RECOGNIZING FOREIGN ASSISTANCE

REF: STATE 163279

1. As foreign governments, individuals and organizations continue to provide assistance


in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, we must ensure that our appreciation for their
generosity and support continues to be expressed clearly and publicly. As delivery of
assistance from specific countries is confirmed, embassies are to make public statements
.to the government, in the media and in other appropriate venu~s thanking donors for their
help at this critical time. Statements should be coordinated with host governments to
avoid possible misunderstandings or preemption of donor country announcement.

2. Posts should keep the Task Force advised of actions taken in response to this cable.
For Post's information only, please see the attached list (para. 5) of foreign government
offers that have been accepted as of this date.

3. The Hurricane Katrina Task Force will advise posts of formal acceptance of specific
categories of assistance from individual countries as soon as approval is generated. The
Secretary's statement from Friday (Ref 163279), tailored to particular circumstances, may
serve as the basis for embassy statements.

4. In anticipation of world leader interest in the recovery efforts going on in the wake
of Hurricane Katrina, the State Department will arrange special VIP briefings during the
UN General Assembly events of next week. These briefings will provide information on
recovery progress and donor assistance. Travel in and around the disaster area is both
difficult and hazardous. These briefings will allow world leaders who plan to attend UNGA
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE 1
REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE In: 23 JAN 2007 200503991
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to stay informed as to the recovery efforts in the disaster region.

5. SUMMARY OF FOREIGN OFFERS ACCEPTED OR PLAN TO ACCEPT

COUNTRY ,FOREIGN OFFERS

Afghanistan $100,000 cash


Armenia $100,000 cash
Australia $7.6 million cash
Azerbaijan $500,000 cash
Bahamas $50,000 cash
Bahrain $5 million cash
Bangladesh $1 million cash
Belgium Med/logistics teams to Red Cross
Canada 2 helos, 32-person rescue team, Air
Canada evacuation flights, medical
supplies
China $5.1 million cash and relief supplies
Djibouti $50,000 cash
Finland 3 logisticians to Red Cross
France Tents, tarps, MREs, water treatment
supplies
Gabon $500,000 check
Georgia $50,000 check
Germany MREs and high speed pumps
Greece Cruise Ships, private offer
ICRC Web-based tracing system
India $5 million cash
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Tents, medical supplies
Japan $1,000,000 cash, generators, tents,
Blankets, bottled water
Kuwait $400 million in oil',' $10() 'irii 11 ion cash
Maldives $25,000 cash ,c
Mexico Bedding, MREs, baby care;items~
personal hygiene kits
NATO Coordinating European assistance offers
Norway $1.54 million in relief supp~ies
Organization of
American States $25,000 cash
Qatar $100 million cash
Republic of Korea $30 million cash and in-kind donations
Saudi Arabia $5 million from Aramco; $250,000 cash
Singapore 3 helos
Sri Lanka $25,000 cash
Taiwan $2 million cash, medical supplies
Thailand Large amounts of food
UAE $100 million cash
UK MREs
UN OCHA UN Disaster Assessment and Coordination
Team and Logistics support
UN WHO Public health officers and logisticians
Venezuela up to $1 million to Red Cross

6. Minimize considered.
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Additional Addresees:

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AMEMBASSY KHARTOUM
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AMEMBASSY BELIZE
AMEMBASSY GEORGETOWN
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. European Commission
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Information on Major Event / in USA' Hurricane Katrina I Message No. 16
To: Member States' Competent Authorities and Contact Points

From: Monitoring and Information Centre (MIC)

Phone:
Fax:
Email:
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Contact .:pe:r.:so:n~t::====;- .,;,i Location of event: USA

Location I co-ordinates changed in comparison


to earlier information [8] no 0 yes:
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The status of this message reported to be valid on 16/09/2005, 16:00 local = 14:00 UTC

• Confirrned Hurricane Katrina fatalities rose to 792 (source BSC). This number
continues to increase as detailed search and rescue operations are undertaken.
• Recovery operations are continuing. The overall situation steadily improves. Military
forces in the region are starting to be reduced.
• It is estimated that water levels in the New Orleans area will return to normal by mid-
October, water is currently being pumped out at a rate of about 44 billion Iitres a day
(46 Million tonnes a day). Concern remains over dangerous levels of sewage-related.
bacteria and toxic chemicals.
• Ophelia, at present, is not expected to make landfall.
• President Bush made his fourth trip to the affected area on Sept 15 and announced
rebuilding plans for the region in a televised address from New Orleans.
• Local response arrangements have not been changed. (See MIC Message 15)

2. EU & International Response


In total, over 120 countries, and 13 international & regional organisations have
offered assistance, including all countries participating in the Mechanism.
The following European assistance has been provided or is accepted in support to the
relief operations:

COUNTRY STATUS ASSISTANCE


Austria Accepted 300 beds, 500 tarps
Belgium Deployed B-FAST team with 10 personnel
Czech Accepted 24,000 blankets, 600 camp beds and 14
Republic large tents

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REVIEWAUTHORI1Y: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE ID: 18 MAY 2007 200503991 UNCLASSIFIED
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Denmark Accepted 10,000 blankets 2 rubhallsand 3,500 first
aid kits
Finland Accepted 9,000 sheets, 200 small tarps, 200 first aid
kits, 120 cooler cases, 1,000 pillow cases
and 3,500 thermo sheets
Deployed 3 logistic experts
France Delivered 40 tents, 400 tarps, 2,000 MREs
Deployed 17 diver~._._.
Germany Delivered 40,000 MREs
Deployed THW unit with 94 personnel + 15 pumps
and other equipment
Greece (Accepted) towels (quantity not known)
.(Accepted) cruise ship
Hungary Deployed 8 personnel deployed with charity
organizations
Italy Delivered 300 beds, 300 blankets, 600 sheets, 1
pump, 11,200 chlorine tabs, 6 rafts, 5 first
aid kits, 1,OOOlbs formula, 6,OOOIbs
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Returned emergency team
. ~Luxembourg-Accepted .c._ __ .

Deployed (with German team of 5 personnel (will change shift on


THW) 19 Sept.)
Netherlands Deployed Pumping team, including 3 pumps and
transport
Returned HMNLS Van Amstel
Norway Accepted 12,000 blankets, 8 tents and 7 first aid kits
(Deployed on 16 Sept)
Romania (Accepted) Tents (quantity unknown)
Slovak Accepted 25,000 blankets 500 camp beds 1,000 first
Republic aidsand liquid soap
Slovenia Accepted 250 camp beds 780 blankets and 2,000
first aid kits (Deployed ~n 16 Sept)
Spain Delivered 6,200 MREs, 20 tents, 200 blankets and
medical supplies.
Sweden Deployed telecom equipment, 2 technicians, 1
coordinator .
UK . Delivered 468,000 MREs, 2,900 blankets
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accepted = acceptance by US authorities confinned

(accepted) = acceptance indicated by MIC but details of US authorization. commodity details and/or point of contact need to be
forwarded to EU coordinator. -

Deployed = deployed personnel in field with specialist equipment or skills

Delivered =delivered material assistance


Retumed = were deployed and have now returned to country of origin

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Several Member States (Malta, Cyprus) have provided financial support to the Hurricane
Katrina relief fund. In order to enable the MIC to maintain' a correct overview, Member
States are kindly asked to notify any changes In the offers, acceptances or delivery'
of assistance.
Following acceptance of offers of assistance by the State Department there remains the
opportunity to utilize NATO strategic lift to transport commodities to the US (through the
EADRCC). Additional airlift is being provided by Canada (1 x Airbus A-310) and the
Ukraine (1x AN-124) to help complete this mission. It is anticipated that NATO flights will
take place every other day from 15th Sept through to 23 rd Sept.
An overview of the (global) flight movement since 04 Sept - as listed by US OFDA .,
is attached to this message. (Flights listed in yellow have been received).
The second NATO flight with assistance from Austrian and the Slovak Republic was
scheduled for 15 Sept. A third flight with assistance from Norway and further commodities
from the Czech Republic is scheduled for 17th Sept.
An overview of the (global) flight movements is attached in annex 1. N.B.: Flights listed in
yellow have been received. The list may not include all those offers that have been
accepted as they enter the list only when the flight approval procedure has been
··,conoluded; French-cargo-flight-also-inoludes-UK-tents·(2900-blankets)------------
The US military airbase at Little Rock, Arkansas (LRAFB) is the primary point of entry for
international assistance by air. LRAFB has a logistics unit in place for the reception and
displ:llctnjf-as·sistance.' -~, .. - ._,. , _~ '-'-'" - .- --
The commodities are being called forward by FEMA field elements including JFOs. To
date 86 trucks have been sent out from LRAFB (19 to Mississippi, 61 to Louisiana, 4 to
Arkansas and 2 to Texas), inclUding commodities received from the Czech Republic,
France, Italy, Spain, Sweden and the UK.
FEMA have highlighted the Swedish Ericsson equipment as particularly useful.

Operations in the New Orleans region:


The German led and Luxembourg supported THW team continues to work closely with the
local authorities as well as with US forces and is housed on US Naval vessel Shreveport
together with the Dutch team. The THW team have 12 major pumps operating in St
Bernard and Jefferson parishes. In addition to this, the team is undertaking a variety of
smaller scale pumping activities in the New Orleans area and has helped to return to use
of at least 3 permanent pump stations so far. The team have also been contributing to
contingency planning to deal with the heavy rainfall anticipated in the next few days. The
Washington Times on Sept 15 ran an article on THW work with interviews of the team
members,
A French diving team arrived in the New Orleans area on Tuesday (13th Sept) and is
working in collaboration with the US Navy. The team has been split into two. One team
has been helping identify and unblock marine channels whilst the other has been
conducting underwater searches and the recovery of bodies. Team leader M. Amault
reports they are due to move on to work in the Gulfport area tomorrow.
The Dutch pumping team is conducting operations in Plaquemines parish, the team
consists of five experts, three pumps of 50 cubic metres flow per minute, and
transportation. The team is now located on board US Naval vessel Shreveport.

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Co-ordination:
EU co-ordinator( #Nil! return to the UK on 17 Se tember. He will be replaced B6
by the Danish co-ordination expe s on his B6
way to Baton Rouge where he wi assume co-or Ina Ion an raison u res. e will be
embedded in the OFDAlState department cell within the FEMA regional response centre.
A joint OFDAIUN/EU mission to New Orleans is planned for Saturday 17th. Sept.
The head of the US State Department task force responding to Hurricane Katrina visited
the EU team to pass on his appreciation for the EU's contributions to the emergency
response and for the team's assistance with co-ordination of that response.

5. Contact details:
EU CoordInation Expert I 'Office: BE
Until 17 September Mobile:
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EU Coordination Expert I Mocue:, B6
As from 14 September
THW/Lux Team -sat-J-'.!l.: I
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Dutch Team Phone: r-


French diving team Phone:
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Request for assistance: [8] yes D no; future request: D probable D not yet known
Type of assistance [8] material I:8J intervention team l:8J expert or assessment team

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Deputy Chief of Mission
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U.s. Embassy, Brussels
02/508-2446

-----Original Message-----
From: CMS TaskForce1K
Sent: Tuesday, september 06, 2005 11:24 AM
To: Imbrie, William; Vanlaningham, James R(Beijing)
Cc: TaskForce-l
Subject: FW: Items of interest to FEMA - Generator- Offer from Beijing & Brussels

Jim and Will,


Pursuant to your phone inquiries this morning, see the following notes from FEMA on
generator specs. ESF #3 is Emergency Support Function #3 (a FEMA designation) whi~h­
includes generators. PIs confirm whether the generators being offered from China and
Belgium meet these specs or not.

Geri Kam
EAP rep to Task Force 1, midnight shift
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From: CMS TaskForcel-Director
Sent: Tuesday, september 06, 2005 5:18 AM
To: TaskForce-l
Subject: FW: Items of interest to FEMA

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>From: Thomas, Harry K
>Sent: Tuesday, September 06, 2005 4:17:50 AM
>To: CMS TaskForce1-Director
>Subject: Re: Items of interest to FEMA
>Auto forwarded by a Rule
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Helpful

-----Original Message-----
From: CMS TaskForce1-Director <lTFDIR@state.gov>
To: Thomas, Harry K <ThomasHK@state.gov>
CC: TaskForce-l <TaskForce-1@state.gov>
Sent: Mon Sep 05 20:05:25 2005
Subject: FW: Items of interest to FEMA

FYI
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From: rmtkatrina dmr [mailto:rmtkatrina dmr@ofda.netl
Sent: Monday, September OS, 2005 5:58 PM
To: TaskForce-l
Cc: rmt katrina@ofda.net
Subject~ Items of interest to FEMA

PLEASE PASS TO SHERRY HAZELHURST

Sherry,

Here is the list of items that are of interest to FEMA. Please take a look and get back
to us with your thoughts.

Thanks
2

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1. ESF 1 - Transportation
At this time, no additional support is needed ESFI noted that the majority of the
items in the matrix were of a military nature and pose their own limitations and
compatibility issues for staff on the ground. ESF 1 asked that NorthCom review the
military items.

2. ESF 2 - Telecom and IT


Nothing needed at this time.

3. ESF 3 - Public Works and Engineering'

The USACE is in a position to accept generators if they meet tech specs and are large.
They do not want small generators. Generators must be 20KW and larger and match US
voltage standards and frequency (they must be 60 hertz, not SO hertz). ESF 3 made this
match based on the line item from Italy (page 1).

Pumps - It looks like Netherlands and Germany have dewatering pumps. t!SACE appreciates the
offers. However, they are expecting that 62 more large pumps will arrive in New Orleans
tomorrow. It is worth going back to Germany and Netherlands to ask what is the capacity
of the pumps and
how soon could they arrive here. Based on that information ESF 3 can
make an informed decision. Note: The combined capacity of the newly arriving 62 pumps is
1800 cfs.

No additio~al assistance is needed. Domestic capacity exists. However, they may revisit
this in the coming days if offers come in from New Zealand and Au~tralia Note: If they
were to accept teams from New Zealand and Australia it would only be for training
purposes. It sounds like both of these countries have done joint training with US
Firefighters.

5. ESF 5 - Emergency Management

This ESF is about reporting, .so matrix does' not apply.

6. ESF 6 -.Mass Care. Housing, and Human Services

There are multiple positive responses pertaining to the American Red Cross. Please let us
know if we need to work on these issues or if they are being handled directly by
International Services--of,--the Alllerican Red Cross .'

7. ESP 7 - Resources Support

I understand that GSA has identified some needs, but I haven't seen the list yet. I also
understand that those GSA needs have not been vetted yet throug~ NRCC. I'll write back in
a separate e-mail on this ESF.

S. ESF 8 - Public Health and Medical Services

No requirements at this time for personnel or supplies They need to wait for additional
assessments to come back. Please note that the public health mission is jus~ beginning .
and it is impossible to identify needs at this stage.

9. ESF 9 - Urban Search and Rescue

No requirements at this time.

10. ESF 10 - Hazmat

This ESF is interested in Denmark's water purification units. They have asked for
technical specifications. We will print the specs on the website listed, but any
additional information you have would be welcome. They are also interested in Japan's
water purification units
in Florida. Please get the tech specs from the units in Florida.

UNCLASSIFIED
11.
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ESF 11 - Agr1cul~ure and Natural~s~rce

This ESF is also interested in generators, but they too are. concerned about voltage .. See
comment above. If tech specs can be met, they will.consider for farmers.

12. ,ESF 12 - Energy

Also interested in generators. They understand that Japanese generators


are already in Miami. Can OFDA logs look into this and see if they are
compatible with specs listed above, if so, ESF 12 will take them~ Best
yet would be in the generators were truck pulled.

Regarding 2 Canadian Electrical Teams, its a go (Manitoba and ontario). I am working on a


point of contact for both teams. ESF 12 is comfortable with Canadian Teams because US and
Canadian system are similar and they work together under'existing agreements. Please go
back to Canadians and confirm that labor and the equipment they bring with them is free
(meaning FEMA doesn't need to reimburse them under the Stafford Act). The current
~ ~'thinking is that both teams would work on municipal or city power systems (concentrating
on rural areas) in Mississippi or Louisiana (Alabama seems to be making lots of progress).
~Please move forward with this item (but answer my question above). I will get back to RMT
with a POC either in NRCA or American Public Power
Association.

ESF 12 is willing to consider the power team from Northern Ireland but they need more
information because they aren't familiar with how the system works there:
Questions: . .
- What are the teams (power plant, line crews, or substations - or a combination)?
- What are the basic capabilities? generati~n, transmission, high voltage, distribution,
etc.
- How many of them?

ESF 12 would also like to move forward with. the Spanish offer of petroleum reserves .
It's a go, but please ask the following questions:
Questions:
- How much petroleum?
- Where is it located? (then they can make a decision on where to send
it)
- Is it crude or product?

Again, no matter what the answers are ... they want it.

13 - 15 nothing needed on ESFs 13 -15.

Other:

We have been informed that MREs are considered an agricultural commodity/food stuff. As
such, we need to hav~ appropriate permits - either from FDA or APHIS (USDA) (not sure
which one). John Boyle is following up on this. Maybe someone from Customs can help us
navigate this process to avoid distribution de~ays once the commodities arrive tonight?

Stephanie Savolaine
OFDA Operations, Center
Deputy Manager for Response
(202) 258-9631 .

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Anderson, Roger W

From: Anderson, Roger W


Sent: Thursday, September 15,20051:35 PM
RELEASED IN FULL
To: Martin, JG(Rome); Bordley, Donna(RM/CFO)
Cc: Booth, William J; Ivy, Richard J; Carrico, Randy C
SUbject: RE: Questions from Rome - Hurricane Katrina donation

Tracking: Redplent Read·


Martin, JG(Rome) Read: 9/16/20052:41 AM
Bordley, Donna(RM/CFO) Read: 9/15/2005 2:12 PM
v
Booth, William J Read: 9/16/2005 8:42 AM
Ivy, Richard J Read: 9/16/2005 6:58 AM
Carrico, RandyC Read: 9/15/2005 1:37 PM

James,

Advise below.

Roger

-----Original Message-----
From: Booth, William J
Sent: Thursday, september 15, 2005 12:47 PM
To: Booth, William Ji Anderson, Roger Wi Ivy, Richard Ji Carrico, Randy C
Subject: RE: Questions from Rome - Hurricane Katrina donation

Further to previous, complements of Randy.

Mayor Of New Orleans


New Orleans City Hall
1300 Perdido Street
New Orleans, LA 70112

City Han Operator: (504) 658-4000

-----Original Message----
From: Booth, William J
Sent: Thursday, september 15, 2005 12:30 PM
To: Anderson, Roger Wi Ivy, Richard Ji carrico, Randy C -v-,

Subject: RE: Questions from Rome - Hurricane Katrina donation

Roger,
We would suggest that the check be sent to the Mayor of New Orleans.
Bill

---':-Origina I Message-----
From: Anderson, Roger W
Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 11:45 AM
To: Booth, William Ji Ivy, Richard J; Carrico, Randy C
Subject: FW: Questions from Rome - Hurricane Katrina donation
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE
REVIEW AUTHORlTY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DA!1o/F2tJ~§10: 29 AUG 2006 200503991
UNCLASSIFIED
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Warmest regards, Donna

·-·-·Original Message···--
From: Martin, JG(Rome)
sent: September IS, 2005 5:42 AM
To: Bordley, Donna
Subject: Questions from Rome

09-15-05

. Donna,

I hope this e-mail finds you well. I hope you remember me, Frannie's
friend James from Charleston. I have been in Rome since the end of
July. When are you and Fran coming for a visit? I have the room for
both ofyou to visit and your invited.

I have two questions:

1/ Hurricane Katrina - The Econ Officer received an Italian Euro


check made payable to "the Mayor of New Orleans" although written
I

in Italian. The amount is 300 Euro and it does not specifically state the
Mayor's name Ray Nagin. What can we do with this check?

a) Forward to the Mayor - Do you have an address?


b) Kindly ask that it be returned and reissued in the name of the
American Embassy or Department of State?
'.~

Currently it is a three party check and I don't see how we can accept
it. I do have the September 7th ALDAC cable in front of me. I have
already inquired whether this is a donation from a foreign government
or personal donation.

2/ The Ambassador (and DCM) will not infrequently host "sponsored"


events at their official residences. The instances when we may accept
"gifts for representational purposes" are described in 2 FAM 960.

Can we charge a "wear and tear" charge that would be included in the
amount that companies and organizations fund when we accept a gift
for representational purposes? The general rule we follow is that the
company funds are used to offset actual cash outlays for food,
beverages, servers, etc. The idea of a wear and tear charge would be
to reflect the longer term cost of replacing/repairing furniture,
furnishings and equipment that are used in putting on these events. Is
such a charge allowable and if so, how should it be collected?
Are there other organizations in the Department that should be
consulted?

Appreciate your advice. James Martin.

UNCLASSIFIED
2/7/2006
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-Norman, Alain G RELEASED IN PART


From: Mrozinski, Lawrence G
B6
Sent: Wednesday. November 30, 2005 9:15 AM
To: Norman. Alain G
Subject: RE: Katrina Relief: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer' of generator to New Orleans

Alain,

I am very happy to see nothing but cooperation in making lhis a win/win for those managing the effortfor lhe folks in
Louisiana.' -

My singular reminder reference Customs is to ensure Ithe generatort is classified as a Humanitarian/Disaster Relief
donation ....should not be a Customs fee. Contact with Homeland Defense/Customs Staffers should be able to provide
success criteria.

Great Work! UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE


REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
Best, Larry DATE/CASE ID: 24 AUG 2006 200503991

-----orlglnal Message-----
From: Norman, Alain G
.sent: Wednesday, November 30,.2005 8:49 AM
To: Fetchko, Nicolasi McCarthy, Deborah Ai Yu, Alan Ki Mrozinski, Lawrence Gi Young, Andrew
Cc: Cook, Nerissa Ji Morrow, Michael K; Bass, John R (OPS) .
Subject: FW: Katrina Relief: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to New Orleans

Looks like goodnews from Italy.

As N.O. is an hour or so behind us, before forwarding his to Capt. Mason. I just (a) wanted to let you know, and (b)
double-check with you for any final thoughts (e.g. advice we should give him re: customs).

Many thanks.

Alain

From: Miller, Lisa D(Milan) -


sent: Wednesday, November 30,20053:27 AM
To: May, Gregory Ci Norman, Alain G
Cc: Bustamante, David Ai Ressler, H. KlrkbYi Graze, Deborah Ei Borgioli, Giuseppe; Osella, caterina; Filipp, Debra
L -
Subject: RE: Katrina Relief: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to New Orleans

Greg/Alain: Sorry aboul the delay. I've been out for the past two days with a speaker. Please see the e-mail
below from Mr. Luigi Bossi regarding the generator. I would suggest that at this point Alain pass the generator
specs, alonq with Mr. Bossi's contact informationI _ Ito Capt Mason so they can .• B6
coordinate directly. _

cheers,

Lisa

From: Aem - Protezione Civile [mailtoi


9..,.P....M~------
Sent: Tuesday, November 29. 2005 2:L,-4... B~
To: Borgioli, Giuseppe

5/15/2006
-UNCLASSIFIRD·
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SUbject: Generatore per New Orleans

As we already informed you we will provide you for the sole purpose of 'New Orleans relief

A sound-proof generator, in container, also for a round the clock service

Power kVA 575


Voltage 400/230 Volt
Frequency 60 Hz
Engine Perkins 12 cilindri
Generator Stanford

Measurements:
length mm 8250
width mm 2450
heigth mm 2550 (exhaust pipe included)
mm 2200 (exhaust pipe excluded)
total weight kg 13500.

Looking forward to hearing from you,


Yours sincerely

Luigi Bossi
----Original Message-----
From: Bustamante, David A
Sent: Wednesday, November 23, 2005 3:51 PM
To: Miller, Lisa D; May, Gregory C; Norman, Alain G; Fetchko, Nicolas
Cc: Ressler, H. Kirkby; Graze, Deborah E; Borgioli, Giuseppe
SUbject: RE: Katrina Relief: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to New Orleans

I can only say that when I spoke with the Civil Protection Advisor for the City of Milan back in early
September, I told them about the requirement that the generator function on 60 cycles instead of
50. So they knew that part from the beginning. .

David
-----OrigInal Message..;----
From: Miller, Lisa D
Sent: Tuesday, November 22, 2005 3:54 PM
To: May, Gregory C; Norman, Alain G; Fetchko, Nicolas
Cc: Bustamante, David A; Ressler, H. Kirkby; Graze, Deborah E; Borgioli, Giuseppe
Subject: RE: Katrina Relief: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to New
Orleans

Greg/Nick/Alain: Giuseppe is discretely checking on the specs and looking for an English
speaking POC for logistical issues. My vote is with Greg -- I'm guessing this is probably still
European specs. To be confirmed. We'll let you know what we hear.

cheers,

Lisa
----.,.Original Message-----
From: May, Gregory C
Sent: Tuesday, NovernberZz, 2005 3:45 PM
To: Bustamante, David A; Ressler, H. Kirkby; Miller, Lisa D; Graze, Deborah E
Subject: Katrina Relief: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to
New Orleans .
Importance: High

5/15/2006 UNCLASSIFIED
UNCLASSIFIED Page 3 of6
It looks like there is now interest in taking the Milan city government up on its offer
to supply a generator. See the email chain below. The guidance we have is to find
a POC that the U.S. military can speak with directly about the exact specifications of
the generator. We also have some options for shipping the generator to the U.S.
(also in the email chain below).

Based on my experience with an offer by a Rome-area company to supply high-


capacity water pumps, it is quite possible that the Army will still decline the offer
once they learn more about the technical specifications. I am no electrician, but my
guess is this generator is built to supply European-standard current rather than U.S.
current and thus may not be what they are looking for.

How should we proceed? Do you have a POCwe can give to the Capt. Mason?

Greg

-----Original Message----
From: Norman, Alain G
sent: Tuesday, November 22, 2005 3:26 PM
To: MaY,.Gregory C; Fetchko, Nicolas
Cc: Young, Andrew; Yu, Alan K; McCarthy, Deborah A; Bass, John R (OPS);
Morrow, Michael K; Pilcher, William B; Reddy, Kathleen M; Mrozinski, Lawrence G
Subject: RE: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to New Orleans

OK, well, based on Larry's points, perhaps we could do the following:

1) Greg: See, discretely, what the specs are / whether the Italians have spent
money to convert the generator to US stnds. It would also be helpful to get
the contact info of an English-speaking POC in Milan so Capt. Mason and the POC
can discuss details/logistics as needed.
2) Nick: Care to call Capt. Mason, let him know the offer is still out there, but we'd
like to know exactly what they think they need (specs & timeframe)? You might
indicate that transport may be an issue, so would Capt. M. be amenable to calling
DHS, etc.. to see if they'll "volunteer" to take the generator to the US, if Italy can't
cover?
3) Mike/John: Any suggestions as to Customs Service POCs who might help Capt.
Mason if/when needed? I

Again, seems to me the key here is to help arm both the City of New Orleans and
the City of Milan with info that ,will allow them to finish making the necessary
arrangements, if both parties really want to. I think we can tell each of them that's
our approach at present (keeping the DOD option, if any, in our back pocket for
now).

Any better thoughts?

Thanks.

Alain

From: MrOZinski, Lawrence G


sent: Tuesday, November 22,20058:19 AM
To: May, Gregory C
Cc: Fetchko, Nicolas; Norman, Alain G; Young, Andrew; Yu, Alan K; McCarthy,'
Deborah A; Bass, John R (OPS); Morrow, Michael K; Pilcher, William B; Reddy,
Kathleen M '
Subject: RE: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to New Orleans

SnS12006 'UNCLASSIFIED
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Greg,

Reference your question: does the USG have resources available to transport it
(Generator)?

The closest U.S. Facility to Milan is Vencenza Italy, which hasa near by air field for
its 173d·Airborne unit stationed there.
lt.thls was a private contribution from a U.S. IO/NGO to a Nation for purely
Humanitarian Assistance (HA), the Denton Act (former U.S. Senator Denton) would
kick in for the transport request through DoD to transport the hypothetical Food or
material to designated Country deemed in the interest of the U.S.

In this circumstance, which is in the interest of the U.S. Government, The U.S.
Embassy Rome would request their Defense Attache to quire 000 on the generator
.transport.

I I imagine if approved, the generator would be palletized in vencenza and travel to


Germany then on to U.S. The cost to U.S. Government is fairly negligible due to the
fact it is transported as "opportunity" cargo along normal Air Force logistical routes
to and from the U.S. All of the above, of course, is ready if the package is not borne
by Italians. I can envisage the Italian Techs departing on Commercial air and the
U.S. with its Global reach Air Force show good faith transport of Generator.

Another avenue of approach is for Louisiana to approach DHLlParcel


PostiFEDEX for gratis transport and take the PUblicity. 1\ all depends how fast
you want the generator, who takes credit for it and how responsive we are to a
willing Ally and Community Leader with influence in the Region.

Best, Larry
-----Original Message-----
From: May, Gregory qRome)
sent: Tuesday, November 22,20052:29 AM
To: Fetchko, Nicolas; Nonnan, Alain G; Young, Andrew
Cc: Yu, Alan K; Mccarthy, Deborah A; Bass, John R (OPS); Morrow, Michael
K; Mrozinski, Lawrence G; Pilcher, William B; Reddy, Kathleen M
Subject: RE: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to New
Orleans

Nothing further on this offer since my email in early October. I believe this
offer is still on the table. Please let us know exactly what specs they need
and we will call the Milan City Government. In addition to the specs,
another key question is whether Milan will pay for the shipment of this
generator to the United states. This issue was never clarified. Do we need
them to donate AND deliver the generator, or does the USG have
resources available to transport it?

Greg

Gregory C. May
Economic Officer
United States Embassy Rome
+39-06-4674-'2867
fax +39-06-4674-2398
.maygc@state.gov

-----Orig inal Message-----


From: Fetchko, Nicolas
sent: Monday, November 21,2005 11:04 PM
To: Norman, Alain G; Young, Andrew; May, Gregory C

5/15/2006 UNCLASSIFIED
UNCLASSIFIED Page 5 of6
Cc: Yu, Alan K; Mccarthy, Deborah A; Bass, John R (OPS); Morrow,
Michael Kj MroZinski, Lawrence G; Pilcher, William B; Reddy,
Kathleen M
Subject: RE: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator
to New Orleans

Alain;

I am going to loop in Greg May in Rome, who wrote the email


below. You may also want to tell Captain Mason that we are still
looking into this and ask him what sort of specs he requires of the
generator. That will give Greg the ability to know quickly if this is
something we want to try to pursue.

Greg - were there any further developments on this offer? Is the


offer still on the table?

Nick

Nicolas Fetchko
Country Officer for Italy and Portugal
EURIWE
Room 5226
U.S. Department of State
Tel. 202-647-2632
Fax 202-647-3459
fetchkon@state.gov

From: Nonnan, Alain G


sent: Monday, November 21,20054:53 PM
To: Fetchko, Nicolas; Young, Andrew
Cc: Yu, Alan K; Mccarthy, Deborah A; Bass, John R (OPS); Morrow,
Michael K; Mrozinski, Lawrence G; Pilcher, William B
Subject: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to
New Orleans
Importance: High

Further to my inquiry (prompted by a call from a Capt. Mason of the


N.O. Emergency Operations center' last week), I've now found
what seems to have been the basis of Capt. Mason's call
(requesting specs on the offered generator/s).

Since it sounds like the EOC down there is indeed still interested in
the offer, perhaps the way to proceed is to put Capt. Mason and the
City of Milan in touch with one another (and to provide both with
whatever POCs we have for U.S. Customs).
We could handle this as we did the Macedonian blankets. where
we (the desk) hooked up the Lousiana Gov's office and the
Macedonians to sort out details and get some 40,000 needed
blankets to the local level.

Certainly, we need to get back to the good captain (and Milan,


looks like) out of courtesy.

Alain

*Tel: 504-658-2002; Eml: eom148@cityofno.com

5/15/2006 UNCLASSIFIED
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PS: For those wondering, Capt. Mason confirmed that they got
generators from FEMA. but could still use 1 or more.

From: May, Gregory C(Rome)


sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2005 10:55 AM
To: Katrina Working Group .
Cc: Graze, Deborah E; Kilner, Scott F; Gregonis, Meghan E
SUbject: Milan City Government offers generator to New Orleans

Hello from Italy. The Mayor of Milan, Gabriele Albertini" has


offered to donate a "soundproof power generator in container" to
s, the City of New Orleans. In addition, Milan is offering technicians
from the city power utility to help with the delivery and operation of
the generator. We have no indication of the size of this generator,
the type of current produced (i.e, 110v or 220v), or whether Milan is
willing to pay for delivery. We will press for more details if FEMA or
local authorities are interested in accepting this donation .

.This donation is likely to come up in a meeting tomorrow between


Albertini and Ambassador SpoglL Pending further guidance from
the working group, the Ambassador will thank the city of Milan for
this generous offer and (if needed) say that USG experts are
evaluating the offer against current needs in the disaster area.

Appreciate any further guidance.

Best wishes,

Greg

Gregory C. May
Economic Officer
United States Embassy Rome
+39-06-4674-2867
fax +39-06-4674-2398
maygc@state.gov

5/15/2006 UNCLASSIFIED
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Norman, Alain G RELEASED IN PARr


------------------B6
From: Miller, Lisa D(Milan)
Sent: Wednesday, January 11, 200610:47 AM
To: Norman, Alain G
Cc: Fetchko, Nicolas; Young, Andrew; May, Gregory C
SUbject: RE: Katrina Relief: Inquiry re· Milan City Govemmentoffer of generator to New Orleans

Thanks, Alain. Happy New Year to you as well. Funny you should ask- I was wondering the same thing myself and just
asked Greg about it on Monday. Unfortunately, neither one of us have heard anything further. Do we need to track this
down still?

cheers,
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Lisa REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE ID: 24 AUG 2006 200503991
Lisa D. Miller
Acting PolJEcon Chief
US Consulate Milan .
tel. [39] (02) 290-35306
www.milan.usconsulate.gov

In accordance with EO 12958 this message is UNCLASSIFIED.

----Original Message-----
From: Norman, Alain G
sent: Wednesday, January 11, 2006 4:28 PM
To: Miller, lisa 0
Cc: Fetchko, Nicolas; Young, Andrew; May, Gregory C
SUbject: RE:·Katrina Relief: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to New Orleans

Lisa,

I' hope you had a great holiday season and wish you a happy new (relatively) year.

I'm just doubie-checking to see if you know whether Capt. Mason and Mr. Bossi ever got the delivery of the
generator sorted out.

Thanks again to you and everyone dealing with Italy for your efforts.

Alain

From: Miller, LisaD(Milan)


Sent: Wednesday, November 30, 2005 3:27 AM
. . To: May, Gregory C; Norman, Alain G .
Cc: Bustamante, David A; Ressler, H. Kirkby; Graze, Deborah E; Borgioli, Giuseppe; Osella, caterina; Filipp, Debra
L
Subject: RE: Katrina Relief: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to New Orleans

Greg/Alain: Sorry about the delay. I've been out for the past two days with a speaker, Please see the e-mail
below from Mr. Luigi Bossi regarding the generator. I would suggest that at this point Alain pass the generator
specs, along with Mr. Bossi's contact information I Ito Capt Mason so they can . B6
coordinate directly.. .

5/1512006
UNCLASSIFIED
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cheers,

Lisa

From: Aem - Protezione Civile [mailto:Protezione.Civile@aem.it] .


Sent: Tuesday, November 29, 2005 2:49 PM
To: Borgioli, Giuseppe
Subject: Generatore per New Orleans

As we already informed you we will provide you for the sole purpose of 'New Orleans relief

A sound-proof generator, in container, also for a round the clock service

Power kVA 575


Voltage 400/230 Volt
Frequency 60 Hz
Engine Perkins 12 cilindri
Generator Stanford

Measurements:
length mm 8250
width . mm 2450
heiglh mm 2550 (exhaust pipe included)
mm 2200 (exhaust pipe excluded)
total weight kg 13500.

Looking forward to hearing from you,


Yours sincerely

Luigi Bossi
-----Original Message-----
From: Bustamante, David A
Sent: Wednesday, November 23, 2005 3:51 PM
To: Miller, Lisa Di May, Gregory C; Norman, Alain Gi Fetchko, Nicolas
Cc: Ressler, H. KirkbYi Graze, Deborah E; Borgioli, Giuseppe
Subject: RE: Katrina Relief: Inquiry re - Milan aty Government offer of generator to New Orleans

I can only say that when I spoke with the Civil Protection Advisor for the City of Milan back in early
September, I told them about the requirement that the generator function on 60 cycles instead of
50. So they knew that part from the beginning.

David
-----Original Messa.ge-----
From: Miller, Lisa D
Sent: Tuesday, November 22, 2005 3:54 PM
To: May, Gregory C; Norman, Alain G; Fetchko, Nicolas
CC: Bustamante, David Ai Ressler, H. Kirkby; Graze, Deborah Ei Borgioli, Giuseppe
Subject: RE: Katrina Relief: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to New
Orleans

Greg/Nick/Alain: Giuseppe is discretely checking on the specs and looking for an English
speaking POC for logistical issues. My vote is with Greg -- I'm guessing this is probably still
European specs. To be confirmed. We'lIlel you know what we hear.

cheers,

Lisa
-----Original Message-----
From: May, Gregory C

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UNCLASSIFIED Page 3 of6
sent: Tuesday, November 22,20053:45 PM
To: Bustamante, David A; Ressler, H. Kirkby; Miller, Lisa 0; Graze, Deborah E
Subject: Katrina Relief: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to
New Orleans .
Importance: High

It looks like there is now interest in taking the Milan city government up on its offer
to supply a generator. See the email chain below. The guidance we have is to find
a poe that the U.S. military can speak with directly about the exact specifications of
the generator. We also have some options for shipping the generator to the U.S.
(also in the email chain below).

Based on my experience with an offer by a Rome-area company to supply high-


capacity water pumps, it is Quite possible that the Army will still decline the offer
once they learn more about the technical specifications. I am no electrician, but my
guess is this generator is built to supply European-standard current rather than U.S.
current and thus may not be what they are looking for.

How should we proceed? Do you have a POC we can give to the Capt. Mason?

Greg

-----Original Message-----
From: Norman, Alain G
sent: Tuesday, November 22, 2005 3:26 PM
To: May, Gregory Ci Fetchko, Nicolas
Cc: Young, Andrew; Yu, Alan K; McCarthy, Deborah A; Bass, John R (OPS);
Morrow, Michael K; Pilcher, William B; Reddy, Kathleen Mj Mrozinski, Lawrence G
Subject: RE: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to New Orleans

.OK, well, based on Larry's points, perhaps we could do the following:

1) Greg: See, discretely, what the specs are / whether the Italians have spent
money to convert the generator to US stnds. It would also be helpful to get
the contact info of an English-speaking POC in Milan so Capt. Mason and the poe
can discuss details/logistics as needed.
2} Nick: Care to call Capt. Mason, let him know the offer is still outthere, but we'd.
like to know exactly what they think they need (specs & timeframe)? You might
indicate thattransport may be an issue, so would Capt. M. be amenable to calling
DHS, etc.. to see if they'llvolunteer" to take the generator to the US. if Italy can't
cover?
3) Mike/John: Any suggestions as to Customs Service POCs who might help Capt.
Mason if/when needed?

Again, seems to me the key here is to help arm both the City of New Orleans and
the City of Milan with info that will allow them to finish making the necessary
arrangements, if both parties really want to. I think we can tell each of them that's
our approach at present (keeping the DOD option, if any, in our back pocket for
now).

Any better thoughts? . I


I
i
Thanks.

Alain

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From: Mrozinski, Lawrence G
sent: Tuesday, November 22,20058:19 AM
To: May, Gregory C
Cc: Fetchko, Nicolas; Norman, Alain G; Young, Andrew; Yu, Alan K; McCarthy,
Deborah A; Bass, John R (OPS); Morrow, Michael K; Pilcher, William B; Reddy,
Kathleen M
Subject: RE: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to New Orleans

Greg,

Reference your question: does the USG have resources available to transport it
(Generator)? .

The closest U.S. Facility to Milan is Vencenza Italy, which has a near by-air field for
its 173d Airborne unit stationed there.
If this was a private contribution from a U.S. ID/NGO to a Nation for purely
Humanitarian Assistance (HA), the Denton Act (former U.S. Senator Denton) would
kick in for the transport request through 000 to transport the hypothetical Food or
material to designated Country deemed in the interest of the U.S.

In this circumstance,. which is in the interest of the U.S. Government, The U.S.
Embassy Rome would request their Defense Attache to quire 000 on the generator
transport.

I imagine if approved, the generator would be palletized in Vencenza and travel to


Germany then 0!1 to U.S. The cost to U.S. Government is fairly negligible due to the
fact it is transported as "opportunity" cargo along normal Air Force logistical routes
to and from the U.S. All of the above, of course, is ready if the package is not borne
by Italians. I can envisage the Italian Techs departing on Commercial air and the
U.S. with its Global reach Air Force show good faith transport of Generator.

Another avenue of approach is for Louisiana to approach DHUParcel


PostJFEDEX for gratis transport and take the Publicity. It all depends how fast
you want the generator, who takes credit for it and how responsive we are to a
willing Ally and Community Leader with influence in the Region.

Best, Larry
-----Original Message-----
From: May, Gregory qRome)
sent: Tuesday, November 22,20052:29 AM
To: Fetchko, Nicolas; Norman, Alain G; Young, Andrew
Cc: Yu, Alan K; Mccarthy, Deborah A; Bass, John R (OPS); Morrow, Michael
K; Mrozinski, Lawrence G; Pilcher, William B; Reddy, Kathleen M
SUbject: RE: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to New
Orleans

Nothing further on this offer since my email in early October. I believe this
offer is still on the table. Please let us know exactly what specs they need
and we will call the Milan City Government. In addition to the specs,
another key question is whether Milan will pay for the shipment of this
generator to the United States. This issue was never clarified. Do we need
them to donate AND deliver the generator, or does the USG have
resources available to transport it?

Greg

Gregory C. May
Economic Officer
United States Embassy Rome

5/15/2006 UNCLASSIFIED
UNCLASSIFIED Page 5 of6
+39-06-4674-2867
fax +39-06-4674-2398
maygc@state.gov

-----Original Message-----
From: Fetchko, Nicolas
sent: Monday, November :2.1, 2005 11:04 PM
To: Norman, Alain G; Young, Andrew; May, Gregory C
Cc: Yu, Alan K; Mccarthy, Deborah A; Bass, John R (OPS); Morrow,
Michael K; MrOZinski, Lawrence G; Pilcher, William B; Reddy,
Kathleen M
Subject: RE: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator
to New Orleans

Alain,

I am going to loop in Greg May in Rome, who wrote the email


below. You may also want to tell, Captain Mason that we are still
looking into this and ask him what sort of specs he requires of the
generator. That will· give Greg the ability to know quickly if this is
something we want to try to pursue.

Greg - were there any further developments on this offer? Is the


offer still on the table?

Nick

Nicolas Fetchko
Country Officer for Italy and Portugal
EURIWE
Room 5226
U.S. Department of State
Tel. 202-647-2632
Fax 202-647-3459
fetchkon@state.gov

From: Norman, Alain G


sent: Monday, November 21,20054:53 PM
To: Fetchko, Nicolas; Young, Andrew
Cc: Yu, Alan K; Mccarthy, Deborah A; Bass, John R (OPS); Morrow,
. Michael K; Mrozinski, Lawrence G; Pilcher, William B
Subject: Inquiry re - Milan City Government offer of generator to
New Orleans
Importance: High

Further to my inquiry (prompted by a call from a Capt. Mason of the


N.D. Emergency Operations Center* last week), I've now found
what seems to have been the basis of Capt. Mason's call
(requesting specs on the offered generator/s).

Since it sounds like the EOC down there is indeed still interested in
the offer, perhaps the way to proceed is to put Capt. Mason and the
City of Milan in touch with one another (and to provide both with
whatever POCs we have for U.S. Customs). .
We could handle this as we did the Macedonian blankets, where
we (the desk) hooked up the Lousiana Gov's office and the
Macedonians to sort out details and get some 40,000 needed

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blankets to the local level. .

Certainly, we need to get back to the good captain (and Milan,


looks like) out of courtesy.

Alain

"Tel: 504-658-2002: Emf: eom148@cityofno.com

PS: For those wondering, Capt. Mason confirmed that they got
generators from FEMA, but could still use 1 or more.

From: May, Gregory qRome)


sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2005 10:55 AM
To: Katrina Working Group
Cc: Graze, Deborah Ei Kilner, Scott F; Gregonis, Meghan E
Subject: Milan City Government offers generator to New Orleans
Hello from Italy. The Mayor of Milan, Gabriele Albertini" has
offered to donate a "soundproof power generator in container" to
the City of New Orleans. In addition, Milan is offering technicians
from the city power utility to help with the delivery and operation of
the generator. We have no indication of the size of this generator,
the type of current produced (i.e. 110v or 220v), or whether Milan is
willing to pay for delivery. We will press for more details if FEMA or
local authorities are interested in accepting this donation.

This donation is likely to come up in a meeting tomorrow between


Albertini and Ambassador Spogli. Pending further guidance from
the working group, the Ambassador will thank the city of Milan for
this generous offer and (if needed) say that USG experts are
evaluating the offer against current needs in the disaster area.

Appreciate any further guidance.

Best wishes,

Greg

Gregory C. May
Economic Officer
United States Embassy Rome
+39-06-4674-2867
fax +39-06-4674-2398
maygc@state.gov

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SUBJECT: TFUS01: ITALY OFFERS TO AIRLIFT POWER, WATER,
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
REF: STATE 162226
+. At the direction of the Prime Minister's office. the
Italian Civil Protection Agency contacted Embassy Rome late
on September 1 to offer assistance in the wake of Hurricane
Katrina. Italy is ready to fly to the United States as early
as SeRtember 2 the following (amounts have not yet been
specified. but are said to be available in substantial -
quantities):
-power generators
-water pumps
-water purification systems
-tents
-a field hospital
-medical materials (chlorine tablets, soap, etc ..• ).
2. The GOI is now awaiting a statement from the USG .regarding
what materials are needed and when and how they should be
delivered. The point of contact for this offer is Agostino
Miozzo of the civil Protection Agency's International
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a rea y transmltte 1S 0 er lrectly to FEMA and would
welcome direct communication from FEMA officials. Embassy
Rome requests that it be cc'd on any direct correspondence.
3. Miozzo stated he will await word from Embassy Rome before
proceeding to implement this offer. Drawing on reftel .
guidance, Ambassador spogli will transmit a letter of thanks
to prime Minister Berlusconi september 2.
4. we.awaitDepartment guidance on whether the U.s. can
accept the Italian government's offer of assistance, and what
the mechanism for delivery should be.
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From: Volker, Kurt D


Sent: Monday, October 03, 2005 7:04 PM
To: Yu, Alan K; Fried, Daniel
Cc: Adams, Thomas C; Oberndorfer, Gerald J; Gallagher, Michael F; Allegrone, Kathleen H; Cook,
Nerissa J; Norman, Alain G
Subject: RE: Katrina: MREs and Italian meds

p.s. - happy, of course, to weigh in w/ phone calls when needed - just direct us. - kv

UNIIED SIAIES DEPARIMEN I OF SIAl E


From: Yu, Alan K REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
Sent: Monday, October 03, 2005 5:29 PM DATE/CASE ID: 23 AUG 2006 200503991
To: Fried; Daniel; Volker, Kurt D
Cc: Adams, Thomas C; Oberndorfer, Gerald J; Gallagher, Michael F; Allegrone, Kathleen H; Cook, Nerissa J;
Norman, Alain G .
Subject: Katrina: MREs and Italian meds

Dan/Kurt-

John Bass, Deborah McCarthy and EUR met this afternoon. PGI and S/ES will work together (though clear that
EUR is taking this over) to push action/decisions through the bureaucracy. .

MREs:

Step one: I've already made the pitch to OFDA atthe working level to accepUwarehouse European MREs (approx
350K rations; 330K from UK, balance from Russia, Germany, Spain and France) for future emergency food .
assistance contingencies. This is least expensive option for State. L is checking with AID Legal on possible "Buy
American" and other possible problems. OFDA may not have warehouse capacity to accept. If we want to
press this strongly, we may need to ask EUR FO to call AID.

Step two: If OFDA resists above or if EUR FO wants not to lose time on above, ACE could take all 350K MREs
and cover surface shipping costs from Little Rock to ACE-served region and distribute the MREs as part of ACE
humanitarian programs. ACE funds cannot cover warehousing costs in US, and ACE would be unable to act in.
time to move MREs before OFDA's lease at the USDA's Little Rock warehouse expires October 8. ACE can turn
attention to this first week of November.

Little Rock warehouse (two options): (1) State presses USDA to allow MREs to stay in place four-six weeks until
ACE can act. USDA will push back hard because warehouse is full, and it has competing needs. USDA has .
cited $15K1monthly charge to OFDAIFEMA. State might need to press USDA to waive, or press latter to pay; (2)
State asks USAF to accept transfer of MREs to an empty warehouse in Little Rock. PGI is seeking details on the
facility .. Unclear what, if any, lease costs USAF would ask. Welcome your steer between the two options.
We'll take this up at the working level, but may need EUR FO help.

Larger policy decision: If the Department takes the ACE option, is it prepared on policy, legal liability and public
diplomacy fronts to distribute to third countries MREs that the USG would not accept itself because of BSE
concerns? It's almost like the Uigher question. SES is asking L to look at the liability issue. The policy and
public diplomacy issues require FO (and maybe higher) consideration. .

Italian meds:

AID, ACE and American NGOs, in general, do not/cannot distribute medicines that are not FDA-approved. The
only option is either to return the kits entirely to Italy, or to remove usable portions of the kits for distribution in
third countries, and dispose of the medicines. .

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PGI has asked OFDAto invite its American NGO partners to go to Little Rock and inspect the medical kits, and
then propose that the NGOs repackage whatever usable portions into new medical kits for distribution in third
countrles.. .

For both the MREs and Italian mecs, all agreed that we would need to work these approaches closely with the
dorior countries.
That's it,
Alan

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From: Larrea, John F
Sent: Wednesday, October 12, 20056:05 PM
To: Norman, Alain G
Subject: FW: Holy See/Katrina
Attachments: FYI- katrina/Pope/envoy; Notes for this week; FYI - Cordes in Katrina zone/no mention of financial aid;
Archbishop Cordes/Cor Unum

Alain,

I received this email from Embassy Vatican and have asked.them if they know whether a formal message of thanks was
sent. Will keep you posted,

Best,
John

From: Bakermans, Markus


J sent:Wednesday, October 12, 20058:14 AM
To: Larrea, John F
Cc: Martin, Peter G
SUbject: Holy see/Katrina

John,

The attached emails contain some info on Holy See efforts re: Katrina. U.S.-based Catholic Charities (the
American branch of Caritas) also provided a ton of assistance, both human and material. To date, Catholic
Charities USA has distributed more than $9A million to 50 local Catholic Charities and other Catholic
organizations responding to the needs of families affected by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita

Regards,

Mark

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE


REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE ID: 23 AUG 2006 200503991

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From: Yu, Alan K
Sent: Tuesday, November 15, 2005 3:18 PM
To: Norman, Alain G
Subject: FW: Italian visit to Baton Rouge JFO

Call Andrew to get whatever background info he has - I've lost the stuff.

From: Young, Andrew


Sent: Monday, November 14, 2005 11:15 AM
To: Allegrone, Kathleen H; Fetchko, Nicolas; EUR-WE-Italy-DL; Pearce, David 0; Reddy, Kathleen M·
Cc: Yu, Alan K
Subject: RE: Italian visit to Baton Rouge JFO

I think we should brief FEMA not to volunteer information on the disposition of the Italian assistance. If the Italians raise
it, then we respond. But let's not dig a hole for ourselves

From: Allegrone, Kathleen H


Sent: Monday, November 14,200511:14 AM
To: Young, Andrew; Fetchko, Nicolas; EUR-WE-:Italy-DL; Pearce, David D; Reddy, Kathleen M
Subject: RE: Italian visit to. Baton Rouge JFO .

Heard in the morning meeting today that we are trying to send Harry Thomas (or other senior person involved in the
Katrina taskings) to the same event to try to steer a good course.

kathy

From: Young, Andrew


Sent: Monday, November 14, 2005 9:53 AM
To: Fetchko, Nicolas; EUR-WE-ltaly-DL; YU, Alan K; Pearce, David D; Reddy, Kathleen M
Cc: Faucher, Robert J
Subject: RE: Italian visit to Baton Rouge JFO

Alan,
Looks like the barn door is already open on this one. Can you let me where this stands from your perspective? Can
we turn it off? Andrew

From: Fetchko, Nicolas


sent: Thursday, November 10, 2005 11:07 AM
To: EUR-WE-Italy-DL; Yu, Alan K; Pearce, David D; Reddy, Kathleen M
Subject: FW: Italian visit to Baton Rouge JFO

I am just seeing this now having been out most of yesterday. FEMA went ahead and made and sent this invitation.

Nicolas Fetchko
Country Officer for Italy and Portugal
EURIWE
Room 5226
U.S. Department of State
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Tel. 202·647-2632
REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
Fax 202-647-3459
fetchkon@state.gov DATE/CASE ID: 24 AUG 2006 200503991

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From: Traczykowski, Lauren [mailto:Lauren.Traczykowski@dhs.gov]


sent: Wednesday, November 09, 20051:27 PM
To: youngar@state.govi fetchkon@state.gQv
Cc: Long, casey; Nieuwejaar, Sonja; Pusha, Kim
Subject: Italian visit to Baton Rouge JFO

Attached please find the invitation letter that was sent to Italy for a visit to the Baton Rouge JFO and New Orleans. It
should answer any questions you may have about their visit. If you have any more questions please feel free to contact
me.
I will forward more information on to you as I receive it, especially regarding precise names of who will be representing
Italy. .

Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

Lauren Traczykowski

Lauren Traczykowski
Office of International Affairs
DHS-FEMA
202.646.7044

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Hartl Geneva R RELEASED IN FULL
From: Scheurer, Rebecca [rscheurer@ofda.netj
Sent: Friday, September 30,20052:52 PM
To: katrinaworkinggroup@state.gov; bassjr@state.gov
Cc: sonja.nieuwejaar@dhs.gov; Gottlieb, Greg; rrntkatrlna lc: Mays, Robin; Stitt. Tony
SUbject: Disposal of medical supplies

Dear all,

OFDA is planning to dispose of a small amount (1 aircraft pallet) of medical supplies


donated from Italy which is not FDA-approved. This will be done according to FDA
regulations. Please let me know i f you have any questions.

Thanks,
Rebecca

..
. -UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE
i
REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE ID: 29 AUG 2006 200503991 UNCLASSIFIED
UNCLASSIFIED
O'Herron, Petra C

From: eMS TaskForce1 M


Sent: Thursday, September 15, 20054:39 PM
To: TaskForce-1
Subject: FW: Holy See contribution RELEASED IN fULL

>
>----------
>From: MacDonald, Chris M(Arlington (SA-1S»
>Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 3:40:05 PM
>To: CMS TaskForce1M
>Subject: RE: Holy See contribution
>Auto forwarded by a Rule
>
Yep, and it is (they are?) on there now.

Chris
I
-----Original Message-----
From: CMS TaskForce1M(S/ES-O/TF)
Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 4:35 PM
To: MacDonald, Chris M(Arlington (SA-1S»
Cc: TaskForce-1 .
Subject: FW: Holy See contribution
'Importance: High

Chris,

This in from the Vatican. Can we add them to the list?

PA

-----Original Message-----
From: Cunningham, Thomas'R
Sent: Thursday, september 15, 2005 3:14 PM
To: TaskForce-1
Cc: EUR-WE-Vatican City-DL; Norman, Alain G; Sandrolini, Christopher J;
Cowan, Fleur S
Subject: Holy See contribution

Task Force 1: for your inclusion in the matrix. Many thanks. Tom

Thomas Cunningham
vatican, Malta, France
202.647.4361

-----Original Message-----
From: Cunningham, Thomas R
Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 3:07 PM
To: Norman, Alain .G ' I
Cc: EUR-WE-Vatican City-DL; Sandrolini, Christopher J; Cowan, Fleur S
Subject: RE: Working -- International Offers of Assistance - '091605 0630
EDT.xls

Alain, the Holy See provided $300,000 in a personal and symbolic gesture-of
the Pope's solidarity for hurricane victims through Catholic Charities USA,
which is coordinating the overall Church response to hurricane assistance.
Catholic Charities USA has thus far collected $15 million, not including
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE 1
REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE ID: 26 SE~ 2006 200503991 UNCLASSIFIED
I:'· .

UNCLASSIFIED
O'Herron, Petra C CDDI7fl
From: CMS TaskForce1 M
Sent: Thursday, September 15. 2005 3:51 PM
To: MacDonald, Chris M(Arlington (SA-15»
Cc: TaskForce-1 RELEASED IN FlTLL
Subject: FW: Holy See contribulion

Importance: High

Hurricane Katrina
Q&A.doc
Chris,

This in from the Vatican. Can we add them to the list?

PA

-----Original Message-----
From: Cunningham, Thomas R
Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 3:14 PM
To: TaskForce-1
Cc: EUR-WE-Vatican City-DLi Norman, Alain G; Sandrolini, Christopher J; Cowan, Fleur S
Subject: Holy See contribution

Task Force 1: for your inclusion in the matrix. Many thanks. Tom

Thomas Cunningham
Vatican, Malta, France
202.647.4361

-----Original M~ssage-~--­
From: Cunningham, Thomas R
Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 3:07 PM
To: Norman, Alain G
Cc: EUR-WE-Vatican City-DL; Sandrolini, Christopher J; Cowan, Fleur S
Subject: RE: working -- International Offers of Assistance - 091605 0630 EDT.xls

.Alain, the Holy See provided $300,000 in a personal and symbolic gesture of the Pope's
solidarity for hurricane victims through Catholic Charities USA, which is coordinating ,the
overall Church response to hurricane assistance. Catholic Charities USA has thus far
collected $15 million, not including parish contributions made across the United States.
Various dioceses worldwide have made substantial contributions; for more information see
www.usccb.org. Please share with the task force for inclusion in the matrix. Many
thanks.

-----Original Message-----
From: Norman, Alain G
Sent: Thursday, September 15', 2005 2 :49 PM
To: EUR-Deskofficers-DL
Subject: FW: Working -- International Offers.of Assistance - 091605 0630 EDT.xls

Desk Officers,

I'd again ask you to review and "scrub ll the attached to help the TF'be sure it has the
latest info.

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE 1


REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE ID: 26 SEP 2006 200503991 UNCLASSIFIED
.- _.- _----
,.

Many thanks.
UNCLASSIFIED
Alain Norman
EUR/PGI

-----Original Message-----
From: CMS TaskForce1F(S/ES-O/TF)
Sent; Thursday, September 15, 2005 2:36 PM
To: Norman, Alain G
Cc: TaskForce-1
Subject: Working -- International Offers of Assistance - 091605 0630 EDT.xIs

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UNCLASSIFIED
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Thanks very much for this. Do you know if aformal"thank you" was sent to the Holy See?
Best,
John

From: Bakerrnans, Markus


sent: Wednesday, October 12, 2005 8:14 AM -j

To: Larrea, John F i


Cc: Martin, Peter G
SUbject: Holy See/Katrina

John,

The attached emails contain some info on Holy See efforts re: Katrina. U.S.":based Catholic
Charities (the American branch of Caritas) also provided a ton of assistance, both human and
material. To date, Catholic Charities USA has distributed more than $9.4 million to 50 local
Catholic Charities and other Catholic organizations responding to the needs of families affected by
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita .

Regards,

Mark

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From:
Sent:
Martin, Peter G
Thursday, October 13, 20053:30 PM
B6 11J J~1
To: Cunningham, Thomas R; Larrea, John F; Norman, Alain G
Cc: EUR-WE-Vatican City-DL; Yu, Alan K
Subject: RE: Holy See/Katrina

yes I think it would be fine for the Amb to thank Cordes when he does his welcome call. He could also thank the pope
privately when he does his credentials. . .

-----Original Message----
From: Cunningham, Thomas R
sent: Thursday, October 13, 2005 03:28 PM
To: Larrea, John F; Norman, Alain G; Martin, Peter G
Cc: EUR-WE-Vatican City-DL; Yu, Alan K .
Subject: RE: Holy See/Katrina

I just spoke with Alain. The pope did give some $300K to the victims via the Archbishop of New Orleans from
pontifical council Cor Unum, but because the money was the "personal and symbolic" contribution of the pope, we
can't thank gov't-gov't for that j presume. what the vatican did do was issue a global call via bishops (and other
mechanisms?) for contributions ..Catholic Charities USA had gathered $15 million as of 9/15, not including Sunday
. contributions."

If this is not an internal church affair but rather a public mobilization of relief support, perhaps the appropriate
response is to have our new Ambo Rooney deliver thanks personally to Archbishop Cordes of Cor Unum, which
would be like a cabinet official here (right peter?). the desk could coordinate with a dipnote to the Nuncio. tom

John: President of Catholic Charities' USA 'is Fr. Larry Snyder,l ~from my rolodex). he is the B6
place to go for the latest numbers of aid raised/coordinated by churchlvaflcan apparatuses

From: Larrea, John ·F


Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2005 7:56·AM
To: Norman, Alain G; Cunningham, Thomas R
Subject: FW: Holy See/Katrina

Tom, do you remember if a formal thank you note was sent to the Holy See for it's contribution after Katrina?
John

From: Bakermans, Markus


Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2005 2:53 AM UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE
To: Larrea, John F REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
Cc: Martin, Peter G DATE/CASE ID: 30 AUG 2006 200503991
Subject: RE: Holy See/Katrina

I don't think anything came through here. Peter, do you know?


-----Original Message-----
From: Larrea, John F .
Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2005 12:04 AM
To: Bakermans, Markus
Cc: Martin, Peter G; EUR-WE-Vatican Clty-DL
Subject: RE: Holy See/Katrina

Mark

5/15/2006
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From:
Sent:
Yu, Alan K
Wednesday, October 05, 2005 3:44 PM fJ'1/f
To: Volker, Kurt D; Allegrone, Kathleen H; Sterling, Adam H
Cc: EUR-WE-Italy-DL; Cook, Nerissa J; Norman, Alain G; McCarthy, Deborah A; Harris, Michelle F
Subject: RE: Italian Meds for Katrina - houston, we've got a problem...

AII,-
I spoke to a Washington FDA official. He thought our request was reasonable. but will need to check on what FDA
personnel remain in Little Rock and ensure his hlqher-ups are okay (he didn't anticipate problems). He will tell me
tomorrow. .

On who pays to dispose: he thought it would be FEMA - possession is 9/10ths ..... We're not there yet, though; we need
to get the FDA inspection above and then take it up with the Italians.

Let me know when we plan to do this, so I can get my annual leave request in.
Alan .

, From: Volker, Kurt D


sent: Wednesday, October OS, 20052:45 PM
To: Allegrone, Kathleen H; Sterling, Adam H
Cc: Yu, AlanK; EUR-WE:Italy-DL
Subject: RE: Italian Meds for Katrina .,.- houston, we've got a problem...

i think "crisis situation, second hurricane, etc." sounds reasonable enough (barely). and definitely come clean, rather
than try to conceal -- never works.

From: Allegrone, Kathleen H


sent: Wednesday, October 05,2005 12:30 PM
To: Volker, Kurt D; Sterling, Adam H .
Cc: Yu, Alan K; EUR-WE-ltaly-DL
Subject: Italian Meds for Katrina -- houston, we've got a problem...

Alan tells me that FDA officials believe the Italian meds are totally unusable - by ngos or others. they were exposed to
the elements and heat; even the gauze etc wouldn't be worth it.

alan is going to go back to be sure someone really eye-balled the stuff. he's also going to check on disposal (and who
pays -- dhs, whatever...) .

then. i think (and alan agrees) that we need to come clean with the italians; tell them we blew it; deeply appreciate and
regret handling of this; and let them know about disposal.

the flip side is just to dispose of it and not come clean. i'm willing to be persuaded, but...

Thoughts?

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE


REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
¥t1~}16~E lD: 23 AUG 2006 200503991
UNCLASSIFIED
Page 1 of 1
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O'Herron, Petra C

From: Young, Andrew


Sent: Tuesday, September 06. 2005 3:41 PM
.RELEASED IN PART
To: Krug, William A(Main Slate Rm 2422); 'Francesco Forte' B6
Cc: rmtkatrinaJc@ofda.net; PM-ActionTeam; TaskForce-1; EUR-WE-Ilaly-DL; May, Gregory C; Kilner,
Scott F; Reddy, Kathleen M; Borg, Anna M
SUbject: RE: Hurricane Katrina - - OFOA Rep at Little Rock AFB - - RE: Contact Info

Dave Killingsworth,
The Italian C-130 relief flight is scheduled to depart Andrews for Little Rock at 1700 today. On board will be a
representative from the Italian Embassy, Mr. Francesco Forte carrying cell phone numbe1 I
He has B6
these contact numbers. It would be helpful if you both could speak prior to departure. '------
Andrew Young
Italy Desk Officer
State .
202-647-4395

From: Krug, William A


sent: Tuesday, September 06,2005 3:24 PM
To: Young, Andrew
Cc: 'rmtkatrina_lc'; PM-ActionTeam; Jackson, KennethF; Ponds, Fernandez L; Ryan, Timothy G; Stutzriem,
Lawrence A
Subject: Hurricane Katrina - - OFDA Rep at Uttle Rock AFB - - RE: Contact Info

Andrew, FYI - for the Italian aircraft crew flying to Little Rock AFB this afternoon - - as just discussed by phone,
here is the contact info for the OFDA rep at Little Rock, AFB. The rep works with the AFB flight operations
people and on the tarmac. .

Todd: thanks for the info.

Bill Krug, Duty Director, PMAT

From: rmtkatrina_lc [mailto:rmtkatrina_lc@ofda.net]


sent: Tuesday, September 06,20053:11 PM
To: PM-ActionTeam
Subject: Contact Info

Hi Bill,

Dave's number is 501.987.2567

Dave's email addressisrmtkatrinaJc@ofda.net

Regards,
Todd Horne

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE


REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE ID: 10 OCT 2006 200503991

7/10/2006 UNCLASSIFIED
UNCLASSIFIED
Oliva, Amber M

From: CMS TaskForce3F RELEASED IN FULL


Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 6:37 PM
To: CMS TaskForce1 M
Cc: TaskForce-1
Subject: RE: Holy See contribution

We can add them to the list here in TF3. What should,the donation go under? Vatican City?

Tim Receveur

-----Original Message-----
From: CMS'TaskForcelM
Sent: Thursday, September IS, 2005 4:39 PM
To: TaskForce-l
Subject: FW: Holy See contribution

>
>----------
>From: MacDonald, Chris M(Arlington (SA-IS))
>Sent: Thursday, September IS, 2005 3:40:05 PM
>To: CMS TaskForcelM
>Subject: RE: Holy See contribution
>Auto forwarded by a Rule
>
Yep, and it is (they are?) on there now.

Chris

-----Original Message~----
From: CMS TaskForcelM(S/ES-O/TF)
Sent: Thursday, September IS, 2005 4:35 PM
To: MacDonald, Chris M(Arlington (SA-IS)
Cc: TaskForce-1
Subject: FW: Holy See contribution
Importance: High

Chris,

This in from the Vatican. Can we add them to the list?

PA

-----Original Message-----
From: Cunningham, Thomas R I·
Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 3:14 PM I
To: TaskForce-l
Cc: EUR-WE-Vatican City-DL; Norman, Alain G; Sandrolini, Christopher Ji Cowan, Fleur S
Subject: Holy See contribution

Task Force 1: for your inclusion in the matrix. Many thanks. Tom

Thomas Cunningham
Vatican, Malta, France
202.647.4361

-----Original Message-----
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE 1
REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE 10: 27 OCT 2006 200503991 UNCLASSIFIED
~rom:~cunningham, Thomas R
UNCLASSIFIED
Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 3:07 PM
To: Norman, Alain G
Cc: EUR-WE-Vatican City-DL; Sandrolini, Christopher J; Cowan, Fleur S
Subject: RE: Working -- International Offers of Assistance - 091605 0630 EDT.xls

Alain, the Holy See provided $300,000 in a personal and symbolic gesture of the Pope's
solidarity for hurricane victims through Catholic Charities USA, which is coordinating the
overall Church response to hurricane assistance. Catholic Charities USA has thus far
collected $15 million, not including parish contributions made across the United States.
Various dioceses worldwide have made substantial contributions; for more information see
www.usccb.org. Please share with the task force for inclusion in the
matrix. Many thanks.

-----Original Message-----
From: Norman, Alain G
Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 2:49 PM
To: EUR-Deskofficers-DL
Subject: FW: Working -- International Offers of Assistance - 091605 0630 EDT.xls

Desk Officers,

I'd again ask you to review and "scrub" the attached to help the TF'be sure it has the
latest info.

Many thanks.

Alain Norman
EUR!PGI

-----Orig~nal Message-----
From: CMS TaskForce1F(S!ES-O!TF)
Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 2:36 PM
To: Norman, Alain G
Cc: TaskForce-1
Subject: Working -- International Offers of Assistance - 091605 0630 EDT.xls

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL, ECON, AEMR, ASEC, CASC, MARR, AMGT, US, IT
SUBJECT: TFUS01: ITALY OFFERS TO AIRLIFT POWER, WATER,
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
REF: STATE 162226
1. At the direction of the Prime Minister's office, the
Italian civil Protection Agency contacted Embassy Rome late
on September 1 to offer assistance in the wake ·of Hurricane
Katrina. Italy is ready to fly to the united States as early
as September 2 the following (amounts have not yet been
specified, but are said to be available in substantial
quantities):
-power generators
-water pumps
-water purification systems
-tents
-a field hospital
-medical materials (chlorine tablets, soap, etc ... ).
2. The GOI is now awaiting a statement from the USG regarding
what materials are needed and when and how they should be
delivered. The point of contact for this offer is Agostino
Miozzo of the civil Protection Agency's International
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welcome direct communication from FEMA officials. Embassy
Rome requests that it be cc'd on any direct correspondence.
3. MioZZQ stated he will await word from Embassy Rome before
proceeding to implement this offer. Drawing on reftel
guidance, Ambassador spogli will transmit a letter of thanks
to prime Minister Berlusconi September 2.
4. We await Department guidance on whether the U.S. can
accept the Italian government's offer of assistance, and what
the mechanism for delivery should be.
SPOGLI .
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TAGS: OPDC, PREL, IT
SUBJECT: SECRETARY'S REPLY TO CONDOLENCE MESSAGE REGARDING
HURRICANE KATRINA FROM FM FINI (S/ES 200519866)
1. PLEASE DELIVER FOLLOWING MESSAGE FROM SECRETARY RICE TO
FM FINI. THE DEPARTMENT DOES NOT PLAN TO RELEASE TEXT OF
MESSAGE BUT HAS NO OBJECTION IF THE GOVERNMENT OF ITALY
WISHES TO DO SO. NO SIGNED ORIGINAL WILL FOLLOW.
2. BEGIN TEXT:
DEAR MR. MINISTER:
THANK YOU FOR YOUR THOUGHTFUL MESSAGE OF SYMPATHY REGARDING
THE DEVASTATION CAUSED BY HURRICANE KATRINA, ONE OF THE
MOST DESTRUCTIVE HURRICANES IN U.S. HISTORY. IT IS
COMFORTING TO HAVE SUCH CARING PEOPLE FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE
REACHING OUT TO US AT THIS TRAGIC TIME.
WE WERE PLEASED TO ACCEPT YOUR GENEROUS ASSISTANCE AND KNOW
THAT ITALY HAS BEEN AND WILL CONTINUE TO BE A GREAT HELP IN
THE RELIEF EFFORT.
I AM GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND CONCERN.
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE
REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE 10: 28 JUL 2006 20050399.1
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LT&SR.
From: May, Gregory C(Rome)
Sent: . Tuesday, October 04,200510:55 AM RELEASED IN FULL
To: Katrina Working Group
Cc: Graze, Deborah E; Kilner, Scott F; Gregonis, Meghan E
Subject: Milan City Government offers generator to New Orleans

Hello from Italy. The Mayor of Milan, Gabriele Albertini" has offered to donate a "soundproof power generator in
container" to the City of New Orleans. In addition, Milan is offering technicians from the city power utility to help ..
with the delivery and operation of the generator. We have no indication of the size of this generator, the type of
current produced (i.e. 110v or 220v), or whether Milan is willing to pay for delivery. We will press for more details
if FEMA or local authorities are interested in accepting this donation. .

This donation is likely to come up in a meeting tomorrow between Albertini and Ambassador Spogli. Pending
further guidance from the working group, the Ambassador will thank the city of Milan for this generous offer and (if
needed) say that USG experts are evaluating the offer against current needs in the disaster area.

Appreciate any further guidance.

Best wishes,

\ Greg

Gregory C. May
Economic Officer
United States Embassy Rome
+39-06-4674-2867
fax +39-06-4674-2398
maygc@state.gov

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE


REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE 10: 10 AUG 2006 200503991

UNCLASSIFIED
3/19/2006
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Choi, Martino I RELEASED IN FULL
From: Fetchko, Nicolas
Sent: Friday, September 02, 20058:07 AM
To: Norman, Alain G
Cc: TaskForce-1; EUR-WE-Italy-DL
Subject: FW: FW: (UN) TFUS01: ITALY OFFERS TO AIRLIFT POWER, WATER, MEDICAL
ASSISTANCE

Categories: UNCLASSIFIED
Attachments: (UN) ROME 2925

Alain - here is Embassy Rome's cable outlining offers of Italian Assistance.

Nick

Nicolas Fetchko
Desk Officer for Italy and Portugal
EURIWE
Tel. 202-647-2632
email :fetchkon@state.gov

From: Kilner, Scott F


sent: Friday, September 02, 2005 7:41 AM
To: EUR-WE-ltaly-DL
Cc: Borg, Anna M
-
Subject: FW: (UN) TFUS01: ITALYOFFERS TO AIRLIFT POWER, WATER, MEDICAL ASSISTANCE

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In accordance with E.O. 12958 this message is UNCLASSIFIED.

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1
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Text:

UNCLAS .ROME 02941


CXRome:
ACTION: AMB
INFO: SCI POL PM OCP ECON DCM
DISSEMINATION: AMB
CHARGE: PROG .
APPROVED: ECON:SKILNER
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RUEHMIL/AMCONSUL MILAN PRIORITY 5468
RUEHNP/AMCONSUL NAPLES PRIORITY 0539
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UNCLAS ROME 002941
STATE PASS USAID FOR OFDA TASK FORCE
E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AMER, EAID, PREL, us, IT
SUBJECT: TFUS01: ITALIAN RELIEF EXPERTS ARRIVING AT ANDREWS
BY BUSINESS JET, VISA-WAIVER NEEDED
REF: A. STATE 163207
B. MAY-TASKFORCE EMAIL 9/4/05
C. MAY-CHRIS RICHARD TELECON 9/5/05
1. In addition to two C-130aircraft (currently flying to
Andrews Airforce Base), the Gor has dis~atched a Falcon 50
business jet to transport six relief officials. The Falcon
50, registration 1-2129, was scheduled to depart Rome's
ciampino airport at 12:00z on September 5 and arrive at
Andrews at 00:552 on September 6 after a refueling stop at
Gander, Newfoundland. we understand the flight actually
departed late from Rome, so arrival may be· similarly delayed.
2. We understand that Italy has already received clearance
for both the C-130s and the Falcon 50 via its washington
Embassy and/or military channels. The followin~ six Italian
officials arrivin~ on the Falcon 50 will seek vlsa-waiver
entry into the Unlted States based on Ref A guidance. (Note:
Embassy emailed this list to the task force september 4 (Ref
B). we understand it has already been forwarded to DHS (Ref
C). End note.)
Agostino MIOZZO
Head of Mission, Dept. of civil protection
page 1

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE


REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE In: 11 SEP 2006 200503991
UNCLASSIFIED
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NotesTele (S).txt
dob: sept. 30, 1953
official ppt# 5087827
lui!ili D'ANGELO
Englneer, Dept. of civil protection
dob: May 25, 1970
private ppt# 006516u
Luca SPOLETINI
spokesman, Dept. of Civil protection
dob: April 10, 1968
official ppt# 5091031
Alessia CLEMENTE
International Relations officer, Dept. of civil protection
dob: Dec. 20, 1975
official ppt# 5102918
Alessandra DIODATI
Relief Expert, Italian Red Cross
dob: May 17, 1962
private ppt# D096403
Rossano ROSSO
Relief Expert, Italian Red Cross
dob: Dec. 12, 1948
private ppt# N748342w
3. State and USAID/FEMA taskforces, or other washington
agencies, can contact Embassy Rome coordinator Gregory May
anytime at the following numbers;

i~rl: 39-Q6-46Z~-286ZI B6

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Edward E Archer
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Kevin J Buckley
Ji 11 F Byrnes
Joseph L casaregola
Lisa A Catine11a
Jonathan R Cohen
Fleur S cowan
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Lauren W Eardensohn
Peggy A Gennati~mpo
Meghan E Gregonls
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cheryl L Helm
carolyn R Huggins
Scott F Kilner
Michelle E Lanspa
Peter G Martin
Gregory C May
Wilma D McFadden
Marisa A MCGettigan
John Menard
Jeffrey E oDonnell
Diane P Oguerin
Todd W parment
John Perez
Elizabeth C putnam
Marta P Rahm
Kathleen M Reddy
HU<;JO F Rodriguez
Ellsabeth Rosenstock-siller
susanne CRose
Timothy ] Rund
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Sent: Sunday, September 04, 2005 10:20 AM
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SUbJect: Italian Offer of Assistance, Priorities

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E.O. 12958: N/A


TAGS: AEMR, EAID, PREL, US, IT
'SUBJECT: TFUS01: PRIORITY AREAS LIST DELIVERED; ITALY HOPES
TO PROCEED WITH RELIEF FLIGHTS SEPT 4

REF: A. STATE 163366


B. STATE 163207
C. ROME 2925

1. Embassy delivered ref A points on USG priorities to


Agostino Miozzo, Katrina relief coordinator for the GOI's
Department of Civil Protection. Ambassador Spogli personally
thanked Prime Minister Berlusconi September 2 for Italy's
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE
REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA 1
DATE/CASE In: 11 SEP 2006 200503991
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offer of assistance. The Embassy also issued a press release
September 2 recognizing the Italian offer and expressing U.S.
appreciation.

2. Miozzo phoned Econoff the morning of September 4 to convey


that the GOI had received word via its Embassy in Washington
that the USG would accept Italy's offer to airlift relief
supplies. Miozzo said the Italian Embassy was in direct
contact with FEMA regarding the flights. The GOI has two
C-130 aircraft loaded and ready to go as early as the
afternoon of September 4. Italy, Miozzo added, will also
send a "Falcon" jet with some experts to coordinate the
delivery. Altogether, the GOI expects to send 10 experts
along with the aid delivery.

3. Miozzo statedthat theGOI is 5tH! awaiting word on what


airport the supplies should be flown into. Econoff said the
Embassy had not received any information on this question and
that such guidance would most likely be transmitted directly
from FEMA via the Italian Embassy in Washington.

4. Miozzo also asked about visa requirements for the 10


Italians, some of whom have official passports, while others
have private ones, Econoff. drawing on Ref B guidance.
informed Miozzo that the USG was waiving visa requirements
for officials traveling to the U-S. in connection with
hurricane relief operations. (Note: Italy is a visa waiver
country. End note.) Miozzo will email Embassy with name"
dob, ppt#, etc. of the Italian team. Embassy will transmit
this information to the task force septet.
SPOGLI

UNCLASSIFIED

UNCLASSIFIED
UNCLASSIFIED
Choi, Martino I

From: CMS TaskForce1 F


Sent: Monday, September OS, 2005 10:20 PM RELEASED'IN FULL
To: TaskForce-1; TaskForce-3
Cc: TaskForce-1 .I
SUbject: Attn: LOGGER AND OFDA: Italian team, supplies

The Italian team (via Falcon 50) has arrived at Andrews AirForce Base. OFDA agreed to accept their team (esp. the first
responder physicians) in Little Rock. A C-130 will arrive later this evening. Both will depart for Little Rock tomorrow. Dave
Killingsworth, OFDA, will be their point of contact.

Armando Varricchio at the Italian Embassy is the POC while the team/supplies are in Washington.

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE 1


REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE In: 11 SEP 2006 200503991 UNCLASSIFIED
UNCLASSIFIED
Choi, Martino I
(LJ=-1'2-lo
From: May, Gregory C
lmLEASrnrm-rnrt
Sent: Monday, September 05,200510:09 AM
To: TaskForce-1 .
SUbject: FW: (UN) TFUS01: ITALIAN RELIEF EXPERTS ARRIVING ATANDREWS BY BUSINESS
JET. VISA-WAIVER NEEDED

Categories: UNCLASSIFIED
Attachments: (UN) ROME 2941

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Atlachment(s):

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2941)

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Please note pending arrival of Italian Falcon 50 business jet in addition to two C-130 flights.

My contact info is in the cable, please call anytime, if there are any concerns or problems.

Cheers,

Greg

NotesTele.txt (8
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE


1
REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE In: 11 SEP 2006 200503991
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Williams, Devin M
From: May, Gregory C RELEASED IN PART
Sent: Tuesday. September 06. 2005 6:43 AM
To: eMS TaskForce 1F B6
Cc: TaskForce-1; Stuart.nightingale@hhs.gov; TaskForce-1
Subject: RE: Manifest of Italian shipment

1mportance: High

I think the term "first aid kit" might not be accurate. Its looks like Italy is sending 4
pallets with a wide variety of medicine and medical supplies. It might me more accurate
to call this a shipment of medical supplies suitable for a field hospital or first aid
station.

The list of items, primarily medicines, is 26 pages long. Among the things included:

antibiotics
painkillers
sodium solution
sedatives
oxygen masks
a defibulator
surgical supplies
bandages, gauze
gloves
syringes

Italian officials are telling us that the pilots of the C-130s have a copy of this list.

Please let me know if you would like a more details.


I
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Greg i
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-----original Message----- I
From: eMS TaskForcelF I
Sent: Tuesday, September 06, 2005 3:44 AM
To: May, Gregory C
Cc: TaskForce-I; Stuart.nightingale@hhs.gov; TaskForce-1
SUbject: Manifest of Italian shipment
Importance: High

Greg,

HHS has asked us for additional information on the contents of the First Aid kits that are
arriving overnight. Could you please cheCk with your contacts?

Please response to all addressees above.

Many thanks,

Kami Witmer
Hurricane Task Force

From: May, Gregory C [mailto:MayGC@state.gov]


Sent: Sun 9/4/2005 5:27 PM
To: OFDALogistics
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE 231
REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE ID: 20 NOV 2006 200503991
lTNCLASSIFIED
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·ti UNCLASSIFIED
Subject: manifest of Italian shipment

Robin: Thanks for your help. Attached, please find an exel sheet that we received from
the Italian government today (page 3 is in English). It looks like this has the
dimensions you were looking for.

Please contact me at any hour at the number below.

Cheers,

Greg May

office-+39-06-4674-2867

I I B61

-----Original Message-----
From: International· [mailto :1 B6
Sent: sunday, September 04, 2~0~O~5~5~:~0~2~~P~M~--------------------~
To: May, Gregory C
Subject: Inoltro:

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL PROTECTION


INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS UNIT

B6,

232

UNCLASSIFIED
RE: Katrina: NorthCOM Sun AM Status Report UNCLASSIFIED Page 1 of4

RELEASED INyt~1\~.
Chai, Martino I B6
From: CMS TaskForce1G
Sent: Monday, September 05,2005 10:30 AM
To: PM-ActionTeam-Director
Cc: TaskForce-1
Subject: RE: Katrina Task Force - PM Overnight Wrap Up

I gave copy of this email to Denny Offutt, TaskForce-1 Coordinator.

Luis

From: PM-ActionTeam-Director
sent: Monday, september 05, 2005 9:08 AM
To: PM-ActionTeam-COOrdlnatori eMS TaskForcelG
SUbject: Kabina Task Force - PM Overnight Wrap Up

A couple of significant changes were noted on th~ 4·5 Sept ovemight shift.

• The DOS TF is no longer wailing for FEMA, but is now accepting foreign govemment offers of
assistance that meet the FEMA priorities listed in the unclassified DOS ALDAC cable sent just after
midnight 4 Sept. Regional bureau reps did several cables to US embassies in donor country capitals
accepting offers of money, MRE's etc., but deferring for now offers of people.

• DOS is no longer waiting on FEMA to accept military to military items, as l1Jghlighted below.

• The most immediate barrier to quick arrival of assistance that meets FEMA's priorities seems to be the
new OFDA - USAID task force in Arlington. This TF is supposed to discuss and agree with donor
countries on the technicaillogistic aspects of accepted donations, including destinatlon(s). They operate
only 8am to 8pm, limiting the hours they can reach POCs in donor countries outside this hemisphere.
They also do not follow a regular procedure to inform DOS once agreement is reached - e.g., they failed
to advise the DOS TF after they apparently agreed with the Italian Embassy on Andrews AB as the
destination for two Italian planes at 0400 on 6 Sep. I revised slide 7 of Grey Frandsen's power point
slides on the new Katrina evaluation/acceptance/receipt processes to stress the need to advise DOS of
the agreements (step 5) to facilitate diplomatic air/ship clearances (step 6). Anyone who talks to the
OFDA - AID task force should stress this point.

• Luis is.following up on two pending issues. The first is to confirm that the USDA - AID TF did agree with
the Italian DATI on Andrews as the destination (above). (The DATI told me he already had the A
clearances he needed for Andrews.) The second is to call the German POC to determine whether the
request for diplomatic clearance received yesterday was a renewal of the approval for the second A310
flight to Pensacola with 10 x tons of MRE or was for a third flight.

• A JCS Engineering Rep advised about 0300 that the Army Corps of Engineers would very likely
articulate by COB 6 Sep a requirement for the 10 very large water pumps (and 50 total operators) offered
by Germany. Transcom is working on ways to move the pumps, and is even considering taking up the
Russian offer to use an IL 124. .

Regards, Dave Pierce

From: eMS TaskForcelG


sent:Monday, september 05, 20053:05 AM
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE
REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DAWi~~~~D: 11 SEP 2006 200503991
UNCLASSIFIED
RE: Katrina: NorthCOM Sun AM Status Rep0rtuN"CLASSIFIED Page 2 of4

To: I I B(
Cc: PM-ActionTeam-<:oordinator; TaskFOrce-l
SUbject: FW: Katrina: NorthCOM Sun AM Status Report

From: Bass, John R


sent: Sunday, September 04, 2005 4:54 PM
To: CMS TaskForcel0-DepCoordinator
Cc: CMS TaskForeelC-Coordinator; TaskForce-l
Subject: RE: Katrina: NorthCOM Sun AM Status Report

I believe FEMA is aware of these offers. They have not accepted them formally - and we will not wait for them
to do so. Sr. De.ptofficials agree that if NORTHCOM identifies a nood. finds a foreign mil. partner who can
meet It and seeks formal blessing from us because ofinternational dimension, we will provict..ft/t.

From: CMS TaskForce1D-DepCoordinator


sent: Sunday,September 04,20053:06 PM
To: Bass, John R
Cc: CMS TaskForcelC-Coorclinator; TaskForce-l
Subject: RE: Kabina: NorthCOM Sun AM Status Report

John:

When you state "state policy approval" below, does this mean that FEMA is aware of and has accepted these
offers?

From: Bass, John R


sent: Sunday, September 04, 2005 2:04 PM
To: CMS TaskForcelC-Coordinator; CMS TaskForcelD-DepCOOrclinator
SUbject: FW: Katrina: NorthCOM Sun AM·Status Report .

pis. ensure we get word to our embassies in all three countries - and to USNATO - regarding these mil-mil
arrangements that are either approved or in train

From: Bass, John R


sent: Sunday, September 04,20052:02 PM
To: Bolton, Deborah A; ; SES-o_SWO; PM-ActionTeam-Coordinator; PM-ActionTeam-Oirector; Pozorski, David R;
Timberman, Thomas F; TaskForce-l; Kelly, Stephen R(Mexico City); Jacobson, Roberta A(MS Rm 4258);
Bosshart, Michael R(HST Rm 4258); Jacobson,. Roberta A(MS Rm 4258); Bassett, leslie A(Mexico Oty);
Hernandez Felix MS Rm 3917); KimScott, Patricia(OTTAWA)

sutmg"y!""R'J'=:R:-::m'Irrr.I"""'Nl'm'hCOM Sun AM Status Report

Deborah - .....

You have State policy approval to proceed with Canadian, Mexican and Dutch naval offers (including the
exploratory offer of Dutch vessel with high-volume pumping capacity). No need to come back to us for further
approval of any of these; we ask that you keep us looped so we can keep the Secretary and other principals
aprised of offers we've accepted. .

We are working TRANSCOM as well to expedite review/approval of designated AFB/reception pt for foreign

7/2412006 UNCLASSIFIED
RE: Katrina: NorthCOM Sun AM Status Rep0rtuN"CLASSIFIED Page 3 of4

assistance.

We are in process of encouraging UK to serve as focal point for providing lift for EU countries' donations
responding to the specific needs FEMA provided us, and we transmitted to field, last night.

Any others, pIs alert us asap and we will tum them quickly.

look forward to your reply re: OFDA forward deployment at JTF HQ (or JITF in Baton Rouge if that's where we're
headed).

thanks -JB

From: Bolton Deborah A FE-MC NORAD USNORTHCOM POlAD


sent: Sunday, september 04, 2005 9:01 AM
To: Bolton Deborah A FE-MC NORAD USNORTHCOM POLAD; SES-O~CMS@state.sgov.gov; SES-Q_SWO; PM-
ActlonTeam-COOrdinator(Maln State Rm 2422); PM-ActionTeam-Director; Pozorski, David R(Main State Rm
2422A); Timberman, Thomas F; TaskForce1@state.sgov.gov; Kelly, Stephen R; Jacobson, Roberta A; Bosshart,
Michael R; Jacobson, Roberta A; Bassett, leslie A; hemandezf@state.sgov.gov; KimScott, Patricia
Cc: Kessler Phillip R CAPT USN NORAD USNORTHCOM POLAD
SUbject: RE: Katrina: NorthCOM Sun AM Status Report

Classification: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONL Y

Understand there is a decision to accept Mexican Army (Sedena) offer. Challenge remains to get Mex Navy
(Marina) and Canadian Navy offers in sync.

From: BoltonDeborah A FE-MC NORAD USNOKTHCOM POLAD


sent: SUnday, september 04, 200S 6:34 AM
To: SES-O..;.QotS@state.sgov.gov; SES-o_SWO; PM-ActIonTeam<oDrdlnator(Maln State Rm 2422);PM-Ac:tlonTeam-Dlredor; PozorskI, DavId R(Maln
State Rm 2422A); 'Tlmberman, Thomas P; 7askForce1@state.sgov.gov'; 'Kelly, Stephen R'; 'Jacobson, Roberta A'; Bosshart, Michael R; 'Jaoobson,
Roberta A'; Bassett, leslie Ai hemandezf@state.sgDY.gov; 'KimScott, Patrlda'

B6
katrina: NoiUiCOM Sun AM statUs Report

Classification: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONL Y

Where we are as of our 0500 meeting:

-- Visits: 4 of intereSt to us: secDef/CJCs/As McHale: secChe.rtoff: SecState: Admiral Keating. All
separate: no intersections expected.

-- Assets: Mil assets pouring in. Sun/Mon will be heavy on movement of both Title 10 (active duty) and
Tit'e 32 (National Guard). Ships moving on station: carrier Truman expected early Sun morning: UsS
Tortuga docked at pier in NO port; fire fighting air assets (e.g. bucket heles) moving in - guidance from NO
fire marshall on deployment: problem is anything coming from gos mains becouse they cannot be stopped by
air drop - mains must be cut off. 6 area airports receiving relief supplies. Air marshalls providing sec~rity
at NO Armstrong:, NO's Lakefront airport is . yes, underwater still.

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RE: Katrina: NorthCOM Sun AM Status Rep0It[]NCLASSIFIED Page4of4

-- Energy: 88'10 of oil and 72.5'10 of gas production shut down; 63% of population without power; colonial
pipeline 80% open, plantation pipeline 100 % open. We're looking at problem of supplier
food/water/shelter to 10,000 repair techs.

•- Planning: Command standing by for. decision on Chief Justice's funeral; if a state funeral, will heavily
involve the Command's Joint Forces Headquarters - National Capital Region (JTf-NCR).

~.Public Affairs: Increasingly of concern; Col Sps Gazette - in a military 'company town' - published
negative, inaccurate story sat along lines of NC inaction. Satellite truck to support press will outside
headquarters starting today. CNN reported will be with Gen Honore all day.

-- Foreign Assistance: Standing by for Sec's statement· can we get an advance?

~~ (Action:) Mexican ~ Canadian Offers (our AOR): I) As far as we know, we do not yet have State policy
approval for Canadian ships and Mexican ships (MARINA): Command strongly supports approval. NC J-
5/POLAD planning interested in a Naval trilateral effect to give legs to President's Security and
Prosperity Partnership (SPP) policy initiative; we note that Mex Navy leadership has been in DC and Ottawa
in last few months specifically to identify opportunities for Mex Navy in SPP. SecDef and NCCDR will
discuss.

2) Mexican army SEDENA assistance - understand this is in channels. Has it been approved? Need to
ensure that 5edena and Marina approvals are in sync.

'Deboran 71o{tcm, J"E-:MC


Political Advisor to the Commander
Norad-U5Northcom
Peterson AFB. ColCll'Gdo
Ofe: (719) 554-6191

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email: deborah.bolton@northcom.mil
(c) deborah.bolton@northcom.smil.mil

7/2412006 UNCLASSIFIED
Update on Mex; Rreport ofItalian C-130 heading to US? Page 1 of 1
UNCLASSIFIED

Choi, Martino I

From: Bolton Deborah A FE-MC NORAD USNORTHCOM POLAD RELEASED IN PART


Sent: Sunday, September 04. 2005 11:54 AM B6
To: TaskForce1@state.sgov.gov
SUbJect: Update on Mex; Rreport of Italian C-130 heading to US?

Classification: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONL Y

1) For Olwyn: Our planners tell me that they think Phase 1 of the Mexican Navy offer would be useful but
we don't see a need for Phase 2, if you could share our sense with OFDA.

2) For TF: US Second Fleet tells us that an Italian on their staff said that an Italian C-130 has been
launched or will be launched shortly with relief commodities. (We note this offer is 'blue' on matrix)

'De6ora1i. 'Bollun, :f',E·:M.C


Political Advisor to the Conunander
Norad-USNorthcorn
Peterson AFB, Colorado
Oft: (719) 554-6191

IFax: (719) 554-2619


r Bt

email: deborah.bolton@northcorn.mil
(c) deborah.bolton&northcom.smil.mil

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE


REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DAT/f'lsf'M01P:
11 SEP 2006 200503991
lJNCLASSIFIED
UNCLASSIFIED
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UNCLAS SECSTATE 169972


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LO. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL,PINS, AEMR, MARR, CASC, US, KHLS
SUBJECT.: TFUS01 SITUATION REPORT NO. 026 AS OF 0500 EDT
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005
FOREIGN· ASSISTANCE PLEDGED
1. (U) 122 countries and 16 international organizations
have offered assistance. Embassy Abuja reports that the
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE


REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
DATE/CASE ID: 11 SEP 2006 200503991 UNCLASSIFIED
C"11m·.
UNCLASSIFIED

NotesTele (5).txt
Government of Nigeria would like to present the secretary
with a us $1 million check at UNGA; L is conducting an
ethics review. (Task Force)
FOREIGN ASSISTANCE RECEIVED
2. (U) Embassy colombo transmitted to the Task Force the
Government of Maldives' us $25,000 donation to the
American Red cross, in the form of a check drawn from the
Bank of Maldives. TF presented the check to a Red cross
representative. (Task Force)
OTHER ASSISTANCE
3. (u) The Committee for,the Implementation of Textile
Agreements voted September 14 to permit importers to
release US $43 million in clothing, currently held under
china safeguard quotas, for Hurricane Katrina relief.
(EB/Task Force E-Mail)
COMMODITY MOVEMENTS
4. (U) As of september 14, USAID had received 33
commodity flights: 11 from the UK, 3 from France, 2 from
Italy, 2 from Russia, 2 from spain 2 from Egypt, 2 from
Tunisia, 1 from china, 2 from Thaiiand, 2 from UNICEF, 1
from Israel, 1 from India, 1 from the czech Republic, and
1 from sweden. (state south 9/14 Daily Activity Report)
STATUS OF FOREIGN NATIONALS REPORTED MISSING
5. (U) Thirteen countries have reported citizens
unaccounted for or believed to be deceased: Belgium (6),
Brazil (23), canada (2), Honduras (1), Italy (125), Japan
(49), Mauritius (2), Mexico (12), Poland (12), portuga~
(2), South Korea (4), Turkey (7), and the UK '
(approximately 20). This data was received from official
embassy communications; the actual numbers could be
higher. ' (CA/oeS Status Report)

MINIMIZE CONSIDERED.
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From: US Dos [travelingline@yahoo.com]


Sent: Tuesday, September 27.20056:04 PM
To: KatrinaWG; John R (OPS) Bass; Amold A Chacon; lynwood Dent; Henrietta Fore; Rebecca Gonzales;
Elizabeth Moore; Mike Morrow; Richard Paschall; ses_4@state.gov; Harry Thomas;
travelingline@yahoo.com .
Cc: John Arndt; John R (OPS) Bass; Audu Besmer; Deborah Bolton; Donna Bordley; William Campbell;
charlesbolden53@1 IDick Christenson; OFMDobson; Peggy England; Steve Fox; Greg Franklin;
Rebecca Gustafson; Peter Gutherie; Michelle Harris; Mike Hess; OFM Hopkins; jacree@ofda.net;
Jmeline@nsc.eop.gov; Eileen Kane; KatrinaWG; kisaacs@usaid.gov; lambertCA@state.gov;
Ichapman@ofda.net; Eduardo Martinez; Deborah McCarthy; Brian McFeeters; Sarah McNiece; Kendall
Montgomery; Mike Morrow; mpratt@usaid.gov; Portia Palmer; perezcz@state.gov; Frank Ponds;
randrew@ofda.net; richardcj@state.gov; rmtkatrina_rm@ofda.net; scatlin@ofda.net; sheaDL@state.gov;
Susan Sheybani; state.iimg@hq.dhs.gov; Harry Thomas; travelingline@yahoo.com; Pia Wanek; April S
Waters; Alan Yu; Carolyn Zangari
Subject: Daily Activities Report - Sept 27, 2005

Media Event Wednesday featuring German pump operators and Corps of Engineers: Ambassador
Sullivan will travel to New Orleans and thank the German pump operators. Also present will be senior Corps of
Engineers officers; Mayor Nagin has also been invited to attend or send a representative. PA and FEMA public
relations office have arranged for a media group of international and domestic media to travel to New Orleans
to a site. where the team in engaged in dewatering operations.
.

Press release on Mexican Army Assistance: FEMA Joint Information Center put out press release detailing
Mexican Army contributions. TIC with PA assistance will continue to offer intemationaljournalists access to
stories, particularly those with an international component.

State Soutb presence: One CA rep Steve Sena departs tomorrow morning. We have informed FEMA PFO that
State will be phasing down its operations considerably from this Friday with remaining AID officers departing
Little Rock and the region and only consular/OFM officers and one PA officer remaining. Weare turning back
some office space to FEMA, but asking-that FEMA continue to provide systems and communications support.

CONSULAR ISSUES

Passport Office Meeting..We have made the necessary arrangements for a one-day meeting of visiting Passport
Office officials with New Orleans Passport Office employees in Baton Rouge Airport Conference Center
Wednesday.

Remains Recovery and Retrieval Update: Col. Mary Myers-confirmed at the RRRmeeting that the U.S.
military are largely withdrawn from the search effort in NOLA. Separately, Urban Search & Rescue (USAR)
reps noted that several out-of-state USAR teams (from Florida, Missouri, Nebraska and Pennyslvania) are
phasing out. There continue to be problems with how Kenyon personnel are handling human remains (HR)
they transfer to the St. Gabriel morgue. Dr. Cataldie, the Louisiana doctor overseeing the RRR effort, has
decided that remains may only be released to a Louisiana-licensed funeral horne; a workaround had to be
created over the weekend for release to an Alabama facility. Funeral homes must make appointments 24 hours
in advance before they can pick up HR from St. Gabriel. .

Flooding at Morgue: Hurricane Rita caused significant flooding at the St. Gabriel morgue, although this did
not directly affect morgue operations. Cons reps will visit the morgue as soon as possible to resume tracking
operations.

Morgue Checks: Cons rep Lamora spoke this afternoon with our contact at the morgue, who confirmed receipt

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ofthe various lists of unaccounted for foreign nationals we have sent to her. Thus far, she has found no
additional matches beyond the four (one Briton, one Portuguese and two Brazilians) we knew ofas oflast
Thursday, 9/22.

IBM Project Update: Cons reps confirmed to FEMA that we will provide our combined list of still
unaccounted for foreign citizens to them in a standardized format that they' can then pass to ffiM for its project
(contracted by the State of Louisiana) to try to use a computer program to cross-check all on-line databases in
which Katrina-related individuals might be registered. The purpose of this project is to give the State as
complete a count as possible of the number of individuals affected.

No More Missing Japanese: The Japanese Embassy in Washington confirmed for us by phone this morning
that all but one of the Japanese citizens on their Louisiana list have now been accounted for. Coincidentally,
immediately after that call we received an e-mail from the American Red Cross (responding to our e-mail of last
weekjstating that they had located that same Japanese citizen, who had relocated to Texas. We passed this
information to the Japanese Embassy. This should mean that there are no more Japanese citizens unaccounted
for.

Italian List Update: In response to our request yesterday, the Italian Embassy in Washington forwarded a
somewhat shorter list of about 90 names (down from the previous count of 111) of Italian citizens whose
whereabouts are still unknown. We have redacted that list down to 49 in the hardest-hit parts of SE Louisiana
and passed it to our various contacts. We have asked the Italian Embassy for clarification on whether their lists
are driven by actual inquiries by these people's family/friends, or whether they are based solely on the
embassy's registration lists.

Mexico: Cons rep Sena placed another call to ICE rep George Robinson to follow up on our previous inquiry
on the 11 Mexican immigration detainees whose whereabouts remain unknown.

Honduras: Cons rep Sena.called the Louisiana State Commission on Law Enforcement to follow up again on
I . Ithe Honduran citizen who was supposedly in Louisiana custody prior to Katrina.

Nicaragua: The Nicaraguan honorary consul from New orleans Carlos Sampson, phoned to request our
assistance in locating Nicaraguan citizenl ,whose family reports he was in jail in Kenner'
f Be
prior to Katrina. According to the family:l . fNas due to be released on bail but then his release was Be
delayed when it was discovered he was in the U.S. illegally. His family has lost track of his whereabouts.
We then called the Commission and passed along I I
name. BI

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Planes that bave already landed in Little Rock:

1 plane ,00 09/05


10 planes on 09/06

1. UK - MREs - 09/05
2. UK - MREs - 09/06
3. UK - MREs - 09/06
4. UK - MREs - 09/06
5. UK - MREs - 09/06
6. UK - MREs - 09/06
7. UK - 20 Pallets - 09106
8. France - Tents, Tarps, MREs - 09/06
9. France - Tents, Tarps, MREs - 09/06
10. Italy .:Camp beds, blankets, sheets, inflatable rafts, chlorine tabs, first aid kits,
baby food/formula, misc. food stuffs - 09/06
11. Italy - Emergency Team - 09/06
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Planes schedules to land in Little Rock:

I. UK- MREs- ETA 09/07


. 2. UK - MREs - ETA 09/07
3. China - tents, generators, bed sheets, children's clothing - ETA 09107
4. UK - MREs - ETA 09/08
5. France - Kitchen' units, tents tarp, jerry cans, soap, blankets - ETA 09/08
(Mobile, Alabama or possibly Little Rock)
6. UK - MREs - ETA 09108
7. Russia - MREs, Blankets - ETA 09108
8. Spanish - MREs - ETA 09108
9. Spanish - tents, water purification units, medical supplies - ETA 09/08
10. Israel - Milk, baby diapers, mattress, beds, etc. - ETA 09/09
11. Russia - large tents - ETA 09/09

We are aware that EU members are sending planes that may have contributions from
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FOREIGN ASSISTANCE PLEDGED


1. (U) 122 countries and 16 international organizations
have offered assistance. Embassy Abuja reports that the
Government of Nigeria would like to present the Secretary
with a US $1 million check at UNGA; L is conducting an
ethics review. (Task Force)
FOREIGN ASSISTANCE RECEIVED
2. (U) Embassy Colombo transmitted to the Task Force the
Government of Maldives' US $25,000 donation to the
American Red Cross, in the form of a check drawn from the
Bank of Maldives. TF presented the check to a Red Cross
representative. (Task Force)
OTHER ASSISTANCE

3. (U) The Committee for the Implementation of Textile


Agreements voted September 14 to permit importers to
release US $43 million in clothing, currently held under

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China safeguard quotas, for Hurricane Katrina relief.


(EB/Task Force E-Mail)

COMMODITY MOVEMENTS

4. (U) As of September 14, USAID had received 33


commodity flights: 11 from the UK, 3 from France, 2 from
Italy, 2 from Russia, 2 from Spain, 2 from Egypt, 2 from
Tunisia, 1 from China, 2 from Thailand, 2 from UNICEF, 1
from Israel, 1 from India, 1 from the Czech Republic, and
1 from Sweden. (State South 9/14 Daily Activity Report)

STATUS OF FOREIGN NATIONALS REPORTED MISSING

5. (U) Thirteen countries have reported citizens


unaccounted for or believed to be deceased: Belgium (6),
Brazil (23), Canada (2), Honduras (1), Italy (125), Japan
(49), Mauritius (2), Mexico (12), Poland (12), Portugal
(2), South Korea (4), Turkey (7), and the UK
(approximately 20). This data was received from official
embassy communications; the actual numbers could be
higher. .(CA/OCS Status Report)

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Italy:
Supplies: Generators, 12,000 tons of airlifted camp beds, blankets/sheets,
pumps/purifiers, medical supplies, baby food, 6000 Ibs foodstuffs (Approved)
Personnel: 8 emergency staff (Approved)
Water pumps offered, FEMA needs to vet

Portugal: (FEMA needs to vet on all of the following for Portugal)


Supplies: >3000 items for accommodation and personal care
Personnel: 4 forensic experts
Other: 500, 000 barrels of oil (2% reserves), general offers of assistance

Spain: (FEMA needs to vet)


Energy: offers up to 65,000 barrels of oil/day for 60 days
Supplies: logistical supplies, generators, supplies for accommodation, water treatment, air
heating, food, other relief supplies
Personnel: firefighters, medical practitioners, search and rescue experts
General: offers of assistance

Andorra: (FEMA needs to vet) .


Supplies: > 2000 items for accommodation, 15 tons bottled water, emergency and
medical supplies

Malta: (FEMA needs to vet)


Supplies: tents, bedding, clothing, material
Cash: $12,000

Vatican:

Cash: $300,000 symbolic contribution from Pope; over $15 million collected to date by
Catholic Charities USA, which is organizing contributions from Catholic entities.

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elements from source country to deli~~~~§~I~le~I?which means less bi-lateral
logistics coordination.

* Dep Chief of Missions at NATO - 3227729050

* ESF#12 currently validating YESs on State TF matrix with ESF12 chief


* IntI Resources coming in that were not pulled by FEMA - is OFDA able to work
it?

International Items in the Pipeline

* Greek Cruise ship - where is it? Does USCG/BCP/ICE know? How to receive into
FEMA Recovery channels (Brad Gair's shop)?
~ German MREs (still need to know when they are due into Pensacola to work
logistics with FEMA log - they are aware this is incoming)
* Mexican Assistance (need to know what's coming in, how many trucks, and when
it's due to arrive - FEMA Log is aware)
* FEMA request being sourced by State TF with international community (passed to
State last night at 23:00)

* 50,000 first aid kits


* 50,000 small tarps (20x25)
* 50,000 blankets
* 100 trucks of 15 thousand liter water bottles
* 500,000 MREs
* 25,000 cots
* 25,000 pillows

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