Difference between revisions of "Le Cercle/2005 (Paris)"

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[[Le Cercle]] met in [[Paris]] in June 2005.
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'''[[Le Cercle]] met in [[Paris]] in June 2005.''' The meeting was attended by [[Turki Al-Faisal]] and chaired by [[Norman Lamont]].
 
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The meeting was mentioned by the Saudi Embassy to the UK on 21 June 2005.<ref>June 21, 2005, Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia - London / Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 'Ambassador talks to major foreign policy-security group'</ref>
 
The meeting was mentioned by the Saudi Embassy to the UK on 21 June 2005.<ref>June 21, 2005, Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia - London / Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 'Ambassador talks to major foreign policy-security group'</ref>
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Latest revision as of 18:58, 4 May 2019

Event.png Le Cercle/2005 (Paris)(Le Cercle/Meeting) Rdf-icon.png
Date16 June 2005 - 19 June 2005
LocationParis,  France
ParticipantsNorman Lamont,  Turki Al-Faisal
DescriptionExposed 2 days later by the Saudi Embassy in London

Le Cercle met in Paris in June 2005. The meeting was attended by Turki Al-Faisal and chaired by Norman Lamont.

Exposure

The meeting was mentioned by the Saudi Embassy to the UK on 21 June 2005.[1]

 

Participants

ParticipantDescription
Norman LamontLong time Chairman of Le Cercle, financier, politician and deep politician, involved in arms and financial deals.
Turki bin Faisal al-SaudA former director general of the Saudi Intelligence Agency, who resigned suddenly, just 10 days before the 9/11 attacks.


References

  1. June 21, 2005, Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia - London / Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 'Ambassador talks to major foreign policy-security group'