Turkish President Receives Iraqi Premier

October 2010
Journal of Turkish Weekly;10/18/2010, p67
The article notes an October 21, 2010 meeting between Turkish President Abdullah Gul and Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki who is in Istanbul, Turkey on an official visit.


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