Marie Yovanovitch Asst Sec of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, State Dept, Unclassified Stipulation (Charged Cables w/Links) | US v Pfc. Manning

Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch is the Acting Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, in addition to her role as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Department of State. On June 27, 2013 the following unclassified and redacted stipulation of testimony was read into the court record.

According to an unpublished transcript of the May 21, 2013 Article 39(a) session, Yovanovitch was to testify in the U.S.G.'s case for The Specification, Charge I; Spec 1, 12, and 13, Charge II, which are for Aid Enemy; Wanton Publication,18 U.S.C 641 for State Department database; and 18 U.S.C. 1030(a)(1) for more than 75 State Department cables.

The unclassified and redacted stipulation listed the following charged cables:

  1. 10REYKJAVIK13 LOOKING FOR ALTERNATIVES TO AN ICESAVE REFERENDUM
  2. 06BELGRADE1681 ICTY ACTION PLAN SCORECARD, OCTOBER 2006
  3. 06MADRID2955 SPAIN DOES NOT AGREE WITH KOSOVO TIMEFRAME
  4. 06MADRID2956 SPAIN: ACTIVE SUPPORT ON TURKEY/EU; WILL SEEK LEAST DAMAGING OPTION
  5. 06PRISTINA947 KOSOVO: UNMIK GETTING OUT OF THE RETURNS BUSINESS
  6. 06PRISTINA948 KOSOVO: PLANNING FOR POSSIBLE SERB REFUGEE MOVEMENTS POST-STATUS SHOWS GAPS IN ABILITY TO HANDLE LARGE MIGRATIONS
  7. 07ANKARA23 TURKEY: ERDOGAN IMPATIENT FOR U.S. ACTION AGAINST PKK
  8. 07ANKARA2468 TURKEY: POLITICAL REFORMS STALLED AS GOT FOCUSES ON NEW CONSTITUTION
  9. 07BRATISLAVA665 SLOVAKIA: DCM REINFORCES KOSOVO, IRAN POINTS WITH DEPUTY FOREIGN MINISTER
  10. 07MINSK1024 AMBASSADOR VISITS HOSPITALIZED YOUTH LEADER FEDARUK
  11. 07MOSCOW5824 U.S., RUSSIA, AND EUROPEAN COOPERATION: FIRST WE NEED TO REMOVE OBSTACLES
  12. 07MOSCOW5825 RUSSIAN ELITES AHEAD OF RULING PARTY CONFERENCE
  13. 07PARIS4722 GERMAN DIPLOMAT AT FRENCH MFA DESCRIBES CAUTIOUS, CONSTRUCTIVE RELATIONS
  14. 07PARIS4723 FRANCE AND THE WTO AG BIOTECH CASE
  15. 07REYKJAVIK203 Icelandic MFA announces inquiry into alleged CIA detainee flights
  16. 07VILNIUS13 LITHUANIA STRUGGLING TO MEET SCHENGEN REQUIREMENTS
  17. 09PARIS217 FRENCH FEEDBACK ON KOSOVO RECOGNITION STRATEGY
  18. 09PRAGUE88 CZECH REPUBLIC: RESPONSE TO DEMARCHE ON DISCUSSION OF MEDVEDEV SECURITY PROPOSAL
  19. 09PRISTINA58 KOSOVO: CONTINUED PROGRESS, CHALLENGES AT KOSOVO PROPERTY AGENCY
  20. 09STATE92632 AFGHANISTAN TRANSIT - REQUEST FOR GENERAL AUTHORIZATION
  21. 09STATE92657 JCIC-DIP-09-010: U.S. RESPONSE TO RUSSIAS START FORMAT 81 NOTIFICATION REGARDING INCOMPLETENESS OR INSUFFICIENT QUALITY OF THE RECORDING OF TELEMETRIC INFORMATION PROVIDED REGARDING THE TRIDENT II SLBM FLIGHT TEST OF DECEMBER 10, 2008
  22. 10BRUSSELS382 (Not published in Cablegate)
  23. 10GENEVA347 (Not published in Cablegate)
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