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Iran's Oil Nationalization: Musaddiq at the United Nations and His Negotiations with George McGhee

Iran's Oil Nationalization: Musaddiq at the United Nations and His Negotiations with George McGhee ' 2002: to intercept tankers taking oil from Iran.7 Attending the Security Council Meeting In early October 1951, the Iranian delegation headed by Musaddiq left Tehran on a K.L.M. plane to New York via Rome, Frankfurt, and Amsterdam. There were fifteen members altogether.8 The delegation was warmly received by expatriate Iranians at the Rome, Frankfurt, and Amsterdam airports. It took the delegation twelve hours to fly from Amsterdam to New York. A few hours after his departure from Tehran, Musaddiq received a cable from Haj Muhammad Namazi, a wealthy businessman residing in Washington. Namazi had invited the Prime Minister and the whole Iranian delegation to stay at his residence while in the United States. However, Musaddiq in reply indicated that his delegation was coming to the United States at government expense and therefore could not accept his invitation.9 Musaddiq and his entourage arrived in New York on 8 October 1951. He was received by Ambassador Nasrullah Intizam and a large group of Iranians who welcomed him with flowers and speeches. After thanking the Iranians who had come to welcome him at the airport, the Prime Minister went directly to Cornell Medical Center hospital for a medical check-up. The http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East Duke University Press

Iran's Oil Nationalization: Musaddiq at the United Nations and His Negotiations with George McGhee

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Copyright 2001 by Duke University Press
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1089-201X
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' 2002: to intercept tankers taking oil from Iran.7 Attending the Security Council Meeting In early October 1951, the Iranian delegation headed by Musaddiq left Tehran on a K.L.M. plane to New York via Rome, Frankfurt, and Amsterdam. There were fifteen members altogether.8 The delegation was warmly received by expatriate Iranians at the Rome, Frankfurt, and Amsterdam airports. It took the delegation twelve hours to fly from Amsterdam to New York. A few hours after his departure from Tehran, Musaddiq received a cable from Haj Muhammad Namazi, a wealthy businessman residing in Washington. Namazi had invited the Prime Minister and the whole Iranian delegation to stay at his residence while in the United States. However, Musaddiq in reply indicated that his delegation was coming to the United States at government expense and therefore could not accept his invitation.9 Musaddiq and his entourage arrived in New York on 8 October 1951. He was received by Ambassador Nasrullah Intizam and a large group of Iranians who welcomed him with flowers and speeches. After thanking the Iranians who had come to welcome him at the airport, the Prime Minister went directly to Cornell Medical Center hospital for a medical check-up. The

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Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle EastDuke University Press

Published: Jan 1, 2001

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