Indian Prime Minister, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, ended her three week tour of Western capital cities?
Indian Prime Minister, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, ended her three week tour of Western capital cities on friday (November 12) and flew back to New Delhi to grapple with what she called "the grim tragedy" on India's borders.
Mrs. Gandhi repeated that she was willing to meet with Pakistan's President Yahya Khan to discuss any issue concerning their two countries.
Earlier that day Mrs. Gandhi had met with West German economic experts and members of the indian community living in west Germany.
SYNOPSIS: West German economic experts met with indian Prime Minister, Mrs Indira Gandhi at Bonn's Hotel Steigenberger on Friday, in the last official engagement of Mrs Gandhi's European tour. They discussed economic problems concerning both countries, and the possible solutions to the current Indian-Pakistan dispute.
The Indian leader has been in Europe for the last three weeks to talk with Heads of State and government leaders.
Also present at her last official engagement in Europe were members of the Indian community living in the West Germany capital, Bonn. Mrs. Gandhi later told a press conference she was returning to New Delhi in a mood of pessimism to grapple with what she termed as the "grim tragedy" on India's borders.