Iraq's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Saadoun Hammadi, spent two days in India this week?
Iraq's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Saadoun Hammadi, spent two days in India this week and had discussions with officials on measures to strengthen the solidarity of the non-aligned nations and to widen the scope of the non-alignment movement.
On Thursday (26 February) he met India's External Affairs Minister, Mr. Y.B. Chavan, and then paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister, Mrs. Indira Gandhi.
Dr. Hammadi said he and Mr. Chavan discussed "main international political developments of mutual interest and some matters of a bilateral nature."
The urgent political and economic matters that would be discussed at the forthcoming Colombo non-aligned nations' summit were also covered.
Several top Indian and Iraqi officials attended the meetings.