GENEVA (Reuters) - Foreign ministers from the United States, Russia, France and Britain will hold a crisis meeting on Iraq at Geneva's Cointrin international airport in the early hours of Thursday, an airport spokesman said on Wednesday. The spokesman, Philippe Roi, told reporters the ministers would meet -- apparently to discuss a plan negotiated between Moscow and Baghdad -- in a conference room on the first floor of the main terminal building. Roi said U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, who cut short a visit to India earlier in the day to fly back to Geneva, and Britain's Foreign Secretary Robin Cook were due to arrive at around midnight (2300 GMT), France's Hubert Vedrine is expected in Geneva soon after 7 p.m. (1800 GMT). Focus of their discussions is expected to be a blueprint apparently shaped in talks held in Moscow on Tuesday between Primakov and Russia's President Boris Yeltsin and Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Tareq Aziz. Primakov, an Arabic-speaker and Middle East specialist, indicated before leaving Moscow that he would be bringing a blueprint for solving the crisis sparked by Iraq's expulsion of U.S. arms inspectors in a United Nations team. Arab sources said it was unlikely that Aziz would also travel to Geneva to wait in the wings at the foreign ministers' meeting. Primakov, a former correspondent in the Middle East for the old Soviet Communist Party newspaper Pravda and later academic specialist on the region, has long had good contacts with the Baghdad leadership. As a member of the senior Soviet political leadership, he was sent to the area by President Mikhail Gorbachev in an unsuccessful attempt to avert war in the Gulf after Iraq invaded Kuwait in August 1990.