Foreign chronicle 1982 № 6 Czechoslovakia. Kampuchea. Middle East. UN. Ghana. Egypt. USA. Yugoslavia. Kaleidoscope.
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Temporary descriptionVisit of President of the People's Republic of Mozambique, Samora Machel, in Czechoslovakia. Celebrating the 3rd anniversary of the victory of the patriotic forces of the country (Cambodia). Announcement of Tel Aviv to join the Golan Heights to Israel (Middle East). Extraordinary Session of the UN General Assembly on the annexation of Tel Aviv in the Syrian Golan Heights. A protest demonstration against U.S. policy in Accra (Ghana). The trial of the parties to assassinate President Sadat of Egypt in Cairo. The campaign in defense of their rights of older Americans. New cement plant in Yugoslavia. A new device for testing bridges in Austria. "Suicide" of dolphins in Japan. Meissen Porcelain Exhibition in Amsterdam. Song and dance in Oruro (Bolivia).
Samora Machel official visit to the country.
Celebrating the third anniversary of the liberation of the country from dictatorship.
The Golan Heights, occupied by Israel in 1967 by paramilitary settlements.
Knesset declares joining them to Israel.
At the request of the Syrian government convened a meeting of the safety of the UN on the issue of the annexation of the Golan Heights to Israel.
Speeches of the representatives of different countries, including
USSR. Mass demonstration outside the U.S. embassy against the interference in the internal affairs of their country.
The trial of the persons accused of the assassination of President Sadat.
The Supreme Military Court sentenced five to death.
Elderly people have started a campaign to fight for their rights with the increasing military spending.
The work of a new cement plant. 1. New device to check the technical condition of constructive functions of bridges. 2. In the resort town of Aoshima stranded dolphins HN, attempts to save the animals. 3. Permanent exhibition of Meissen porcelain. 4. Song and dance, theatrical procession.