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Eduard Shevardnadze. (1989)

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Scene №1 Eduard Shevardnadze

Shevardnadze's visit to Belgium (at the airport, in formal meetings and receptions at the NATO headquarters in Brussels and the Secretary General).

Visit to the UK (the meeting the Foreign Minister, Margaret Thatcher.)

Visit to Romania.

Shevardnadze's interview on the plane.

Visit to Zambia (official meetings, receptions, talks).

Visit to Mozambique.

Visit to Brest (official meetings, Shevardnadze lays flowers on the grave of his brother, who died in the defense of the Brest Fortress).

Visit to Ukraine (away from local residents, visiting the farm.)

Visit to Germany (a meeting with Foreign Minister Oskar Fischer, a meeting with the residents.)

Visit to the U.S. with MS Gorbachev meeting with Secretary of State James Baker.

Interview MS Gorbachev and EA Shevardnadze.

Shevardnadze speech at the XVIII Congress of the CPSU.

Boat trip to James Baker.

Press Conference Baker and Shevardnadze.

Visit to China (the talks).

Shevardnadze's interview on the plane.

Visit to Tokyo.

Interview on the plane.

Visit to France.

Interview on the plane.

Interview with foreign correspondents with James Baker.

The joint visit with MS Gorbachev to France.

Meeting with Francois Mitterrand, the official meeting.

Meeting with James Baker.

Speech at the congress.

Interview in his office.

Interview wife Nanuli Shevardnadze.

Shevardnadze receives foreign diplomats.

Personnel

E.A. Shevardnadze -- statesman and political leader of the USSR and Georgia Dzhejms Bejker -- State and U.S. politicians Fransua Mitteran -- statesman and political leader of France Margaret Tetcher -- statesman and political leader of Great Britain M.S. Gorbachev -- state and political figure N.R. Shevardnadze -- EA spouse Shevardnadze

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1989

Foreign policy; Domestic policy