Leaders of the PPP and the Awami League of East Pakistan during the abortive constitutional talks in Dacca in January 1971.
ZAB walking out of the UN Security Council meeting on 15 December 1971, with Rafi Raza following him, and the Indian Foreign Minister, Swaran Singh, in the foreground.
Following talks in Beijing in January 1972 between Pakistan and China, Rafi Raza with Prime Minister Chou en Lai of the People's republic of China.
In Damascus January 1972, during talks between Pakistan and Syria. From the right, President Hafez al Asad, President Bhutto and Rafi Raza.
Talks between the Pakistani team led by President Bhutto and the Indian side led by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi at Shimla on 28 June 1972. Rafi Raza is 5th from the left.
Prime Minister Bhutto in talks with US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in Rawalpindi on 31 October 1974. Rafi Raza is on ZAB's right.
Rafi Raza with Prime Minister Kosygin of the USSR in December 1974, finalising the negotiations for the first major steel mills in Pakistan.
Prime Minister Z.A.Bhutto with Rafi Raza at the foundation stone laying ceremony for the new Parliament complex in Islamabad complex 1975.
The leader of the Canadian Parliamentary delegation calling on Rafi Raza in Islamabad on 7 April 1975.
Rafi Raza arriving with HH Sheikh Tahnoon bin Mohammed for the foundation stone laying ceremony of the PakArab fertiliser plant in 1975.
Indonesian Foreign Minister Adam Malik and Rafi Raza signing the IPECC Agreement between the two countries in 1976.
Letter written by Rafi Raza, published in the Financial Times, London, on 20 October 1972, explaining the situation in Pakistan in response to a critical article published in the Financial Times.
This is an important report about how the Shimla Accord came about, and was concluded between India and Pakistan following the 1971 War. Cutting from Dawn, Karachi, 3 July 1972.
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