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Opening of negotiations between the EEC and East African States

Walter Hallstein, President of the Commission of the EEC, and Henri Rochereau, Member of the Commission of the EEC in charge of Social Affairs and Overseas Development (President of the group), received a ministerial delegation composed of officials from Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda within the framework of the opening of negotiations between the EEC and these three East-African countries. The African delegation included Abdulrahman Babu, Tanzanian Minister for Trade and Cooperatives, Mwai Kibaki, Kenyan Minister for Trade and Industry, Cuthbert Obwangor, Ugandan Minister for Trade and Industry, and Clement George Kahama, Ambassador of Tanzania to the German Federal Republic.
Opening of negotiations between the EEC and East African States
Abdulrahman Babu, Mwai Kibaki, Clement George Kahama and Cuthbert Obwangor welcomed by ...
Reference: P-010699
Date: 07/11/1966
Opening of negotiations between the EEC and East African States
Klaus Meyer, Head of Cabinet of Walter Hallstein, Clement George Kahama, Mwai Kibaki, ...
Reference: P-010699
Date: 07/11/1966
Opening of negotiations between the EEC and East African States
Dsicussion in Walter Hallstein's office; Clement George Kahama, Mwai Kibaki, Cuthbert ...
Reference: P-010699
Date: 07/11/1966
Opening of negotiations between the EEC and East African States
View of the negotiations session; Clement George Kahama, Mwai Kibaki, Abdulrahman Babu and ...
Reference: P-010699
Date: 07/11/1966

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Opening of negotiations between the EEC and East African States
Opening of negotiations between the EEC and East African States
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