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Profile: Jan Kavan

 
  

Positions that Jan Kavan has held:

  • Foreign minister and coordinator of intelligence in the Czech Republic


 

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Jan Kavan actively participated in the following events:

 
  

October 13, 2001      Complete Iraq timeline

       Czech foreign minister Jan Kavan briefs Secretary of State Colin Powell in Washington about the alleged trip 9/11 plotter Mohammed Atta took to the Czech Republic in April 2001 (see April 8, 2001). Kavan tells Powell that the BIS, the Czech intelligence service, has reason to believe that Mohamed Atta may have met near Prague with Iraqi Counsel Al-Ani. [New York Times, 10/20/01 Sources: Jan Kavan]
People and organizations involved: Colin Powell, Jan Kavan, Ahmed Khalil Ibrahim Samir al-Ani, Mohammed Atta
          

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