Foreign chronicle 1983 № 22 Bulgaria. Czechoslovakia. Netherlands. Chad. Poland. Yugoslavia. Kaleidoscope.
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Temporary descriptionThe Committee of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the States - participants of the Warsaw Pact in Bulgaria. Pulp and Paper Mill in Paskova (Czechoslovakia). Dutch environmental groups protest against the dumping at sea of toxic substances (the Netherlands). French intervention in Chad. Weaving factory Tomteks (Poland). Port of Bar after reconstruction (Yugoslavia). New alloy of nickel and titanium (Japan). The ancient monastery in Slepche (Macedonia). Birth of koalas in the zoo in Los Angeles. Day kite (the Netherlands).
Meeting of the Committee of Foreign Ministers - Warsaw Pact on the situation in Europe in connection with the deployment of U.S. nuclear missiles.
Start of the largest pulp and paper mill, which was built with the help of Soviet specialists.
The fight against environmental pollution.
Belgian prosecution of a tanker of toxic substances into water port Flissin gene.
Military build-up of the French presence in Chad with the approval of the United States.
Weaving mill "Tomteks" in Tomaszow.
Seaport of Montenegro. 1. Unique alloy of nickel and titanium. 2. Slepche monastery near the village in Macedonia - Center handwritten literature. 3. The birth of two young koalas. 4. Day kite.