Iraqi President Ahmed Hassan Al Bakr flew home to Baghdad on Saturday (30 June) after four-day visit to Bulgaria and Poland.
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Background: Iraqi President Ahmed Hassan Al Bakr flew home to Baghdad on Saturday (30 June) after four-day visit to Bulgaria and Poland.
While the president was in Warsaw, he signed an agreement on oil purchase which provided for crude oil deliveries from Iraq to Poland until 1980.
The oil agreement was part of an accord on economic co-operation, which also with problems concerning the delivery of complete industrial installations by Poland.
President Al Bakr was welcomed home at Baghdad's International Airport by the Assistant Secretary General of the Revolutionary Command Council, Saddam Hussein, and the Vice Chairman of the RCC, Shibly Al Aysami.
SYNOPSIS: President Ahmed Hassen Al Bakr was given an official welcome when he flew home to Baghdad on Saturday after a four-day visit to Poland and Bulgaria. He was met by the Revolutionary Command Council's Assistant Secretary-General. Saddam Hussein, and its Vice Chairman, Shibly Al Aysami.
A group of children were at the airport two...to welcome home their president. In the four days away from Iraq, President Al Baker signed an oil agreement in Warsaw, which provided for crude oil from Iraq to Poland until nineteen-eighty. The President said that both countries were happy about the development of bilateral economic relations.