NAM meeting to decide on Iraq's fate

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  • Wednesday, 16 Apr 2003

PUTRAJAYA: The Non-Aligned Movement will meet next month to decide on Iraq’s membership. 

Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said the meeting would seek the advice of NAM troika (South Africa, Malaysia and Cuba) on Iraq’s status and discuss the situation and future of Iraq and the role of the United Nations in this issue. 

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