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Indian flag Embassy of India in Baghdad

AddressHouse No. 6, Zokak No. 25
Mohalla 306, Hay Al-Maghrib
Baghdad
Iraq
PostalPO Box 4114, Adhamiya
Phonelocal: (914) 360.4746
international: +1.914.360.4746
Emailamb.baghdad@mea.gov.in

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Rekha
Mon, 11 Aug 2014 21:02 EDT
No taking action last 2 months
Good morning sir, my brother his name Vijay Jaswal. He is working is Al-sqar-al-jarha co Basra. There are 55 Indian. We are requesting last 2 months. I don't know what control room persons doing so poor service. Now company giving them torture. They are not giving any food and they took all mobile phones from all Indian. Yesterday the company said we are giving any food and no shelter. All Indian stayed outside during so hot weather full day without food. And also we cannot contact them at all. Yesterday the company said to all Indian we just need Governor's sign letter then we are happy to give your passport. So I request you to please sir to take immediate action. Thanks. With regards. Rekha
ainu
Mon, 4 Aug 2014 11:43 EDT
i m in safe zone
I am really in safe xone
RAJESH PATEL
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 01:30 EDT
PARTY DETAIL
Dear Sir/Madam,

We are manufacturers of Ceramic Wall Tiles , having manufacturing base in MORBI (Gujarat) India.

We are looking for Business Partners in promoting and marketing our products in IRAQ.

Kindly send us the details of tiles importer for expanding our business in international market.

Interested parties may please contact at activecereamic@yahoo.com

Awaiting for your reply,

Regards,
Rajesh Patel,
Marketing Director
ACTIVE CERAMIC PVT.LTD.
Mfg.: Ceramic Wall Tiles (200mmx300mm)
MORBI (GUJARAT)
country: india
E-mail : activeceramic@yahoo.com
contact : +91 9978935135
Maneesh
Mon, 14 Jul 2014 05:02 EDT
Erbil
Dears
Don't worry about people in Kurdistan... They all are really safe.
Name Sicrete
Sun, 13 Jul 2014 17:29 EDT
Help us
I am working Ecolog International company in West Qurna-2 in Iraq/Basra.There are 20 people from India country. Please could you help for us. We have bad food and also no protection our accommodation camp. There is no bunker our camp. All workers get salary after 50 days, There are workers who does not get salary still waiting. Please help us.
amit
Sun, 6 Jul 2014 22:44 EDT
dont allow indians to travel to iraq
Sir,
Please dont allow any indians now to travel to iraq whether its north or south as the condition of the country is worst.secondly the companies in iraq are insisting their employees , indians to come back.so india should make a law to restrict any indian to travel to iraq .

Thanks and regards
girumeth
Sun, 6 Jul 2014 01:51 EDT
singh
Hi ser how aer
you plz save that my. Life plz sendimg to
HH008 chairs rig and baker rig 17new eight
Bekar beds camp. Wetharpoet. In sie
d have all in basara ser plz.plz plz save my
Life ser
dr.alok dixit
Sat, 5 Jul 2014 14:45 EDT
job............
I m a doctor.i completed my m.d. is from Russia. I want to

job in iraq.contact me- mynameisdixit@gmail.com
John Paul
Fri, 4 Jul 2014 19:39 EDT
Travel to iraq
Respected sir,
I am Woking in Basra Southern Iraq for an oil and gas company. There is travel restriction to iraq currently. Like to know when we will be allowed to travel to Iraq
Amrish Birla
Thu, 3 Jul 2014 20:24 EDT
I am in. Sulamanya Iraq
I am good no problam

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