March 5, 1998
Berit and Christian Lovschall
Dear Berit and Christian Lovschall:
Thank you for your letter on March 1, 1998.
In my letter to you on January 21, 1998, I mentioned that the Danish
Ministry of Foreign Affairs would like to continue to assist you, if we
can be of help.
>From my letter to you, dated January 29, 1998, the Danish Ministry of
Foreign Affairs does not find the answer from the Cuban authorities
satisfactory. Therefore, even though it cannot be expected that the
Cuban authorities will change the already sent account, we are
considering a renewed inquiry. With this as background, I asked you to
let us know which questions you may want answered.
The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs continues to believe that it
would be most appropriate for clearing the matter up, if a new Danish
inquiry to the Cuban authorities contains the Danish Ministry of Foreign
Affairs' aforementioned considerations, as well as the unexplained
questions you want explained.
The fact that the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs has not acted
further in this matter, after receiving the Cuban note, is because we
are awaiting your answer.
I hope that you will agree that this procedure is an appropriate way to
proceed. I look forward to hearing from you shortly.
Sincerely, Eva Janson
Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Asiatisk Plads 2
DK-1448 Kobenhavn K
Tlf.: +45 33 92 00 00 - Tlgr.adr.: Etrangeres
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