Foreign chronicle 1983 № 20 Czechoslovakia. Chad. UN. Nicaragua. New Zealand. PRC. Yugoslavia. Hungary. Poland.
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Temporary descriptionSoviet-Czechoslovak cooperation - a railway station Chierna Tisou (Czechoslovakia). The intervention of France in Chad. The UN Security Council on the situation in the Mediterranean, Middle East and Africa. Anti-American demonstration in Managua (Nicaragua). Demonstration of protest against the call at a port of the American cruiser Auckland (New Zealand). Upgrading the port in Shanghai (China). Exploration for mineral resources in the coastal waters of the Adriatic Sea (Yugoslavia). Exhibition of folk art (Hungary). Sailing training ship, the gift of youth Higher Naval School (Poland).
Railway station on the border of the USSR, Czechoslovakia Cierna nad Tisou.
French intervention in Chad.
Part of U.S. military experts to train soldiers insurgency.
UN Security Council session.
Statement by the representative of Chad and other countries condemned the U.S. action "from a position of strength."
Anti-American demonstrations involving workers, farmers, leaders of the Sandinista Front for National Liberation. "Floating demonstration" in the port of Oakland against the entrance to a U.S. missile cruiser "Texas."
The construction of the new port.
Neftevyshka in the Adriatic Sea for oil in coastal waters.
Exhibition of applied arts.
Sail training ship "Gift of Youth" for students Higher Naval College.