Foreign chronicle 1984 № 4 Sweden. Mongolia. Poland. Hungary. Czechoslovakia. Yugoslavia. Kaleidoscope.
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Temporary descriptionThe conference in Stockholm on confidence-building measures, security and disarmament in Europe (Sweden). Bagapursky coal mine. Soviet-Mongolian cooperation. Implementing best practices at one of the oldest mines (150 years) near Vodzislava (Poland). Automating the process of printing at a printing (Hungary). Excavations in the town Kostolyats (Serbia). Pottery in the Slovak city of Modra (Czechoslovakia). Flooding in Australia; snowfall in mountainous areas of Austrian Alps.
To hold a conference on confidence-building and security and disarmament in Europe.
On the Soviet-Mongolian cooperation, development Baganurskogo coal mine.
On the development of ugolgoy industry, the old mines near Vodzis lava.
Automation poliraficheskogo process printing.
Archaeological excavations in the town of Kostolac the east of Serbia.
Found objects of everyday use of the Roman Empire.
On the work of the production center of the Slovak national Majoli ki, of pottery.
About Floods caused by heavy rains.
The persistent snowfall, causing avalanches in the first PAX, who cut off several villages and resort areas, the tense situation in the Tyrol.