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Signing of agreement between the EEC and Nigeria

Maurice Foley, Deputy Director-General of DG VIII Development of the CEC, received Abubakar Alhaji, Federal Permanent Secretary to the Nigerian Ministry for Trade, within the framework of the signing of an agreement between the EEC and Nigeria.
Signing of agreement between the EEC and Nigeria
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Reference: P-004196
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Signing of agreement between the EEC and Nigeria
Group photo; Maurice Foley and Abubakar Alhaji, in the front row 3rd and 4th from the left
Reference: P-004196
Date: 03/05/1977
Signing of agreement between the EEC and Nigeria
View of the signing by Abubakar Alhaji, on the right, and Maurice Foley
Reference: P-004196
Date: 03/05/1977
Signing of agreement between the EEC and Nigeria
Handshake between Abubakar Alhaji, on the right, and Maurice Foley
Reference: P-004196
Date: 03/05/1977
Signing of agreement between the EEC and Nigeria
Group photo; Maurice Foley and Abubakar Alhaji, 3rd and 4th from the right
Reference: P-004196
Date: 03/05/1977

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Signing of agreement between the EEC and Nigeria
Signing of agreement between the EEC and Nigeria
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Date: 03/05/1977



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