Meeting Yeltsin and Major. (1992)

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Scene №1 Meeting Yeltsin and Major

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Official meeting of the BN Yeltsin, the Russian president,

and John Major, British Prime Minister.

London, rainy.

Views of the city from the window of a moving car.

Londoners on the streets.

Big Ben strikes.

London bus, dabldeker (many shots).

Diverse transport (many shots).

London sights.

Many people.


Monument Winston Churchill.

Thames, bridge.

Trade shops.

Phone booth.

The London Stock Exchange, hall.

The Russian delegation headed by Yeltsin goes down the hall.


Visiting the museum.

Major and his wife, Yeltsin and his wife.

Senior representatives of the diplomatic community.

Night London (shooting out of the car).


London taxi.

The building of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

Yeltsin surrounded by out of the car, walking down the street.

Suitable for 122 Leadenhall Street,

considers unfinished high-rise building.

Government vehicles.


Canter through London, the view from the bus window.

Out of the car, Naina Yeltsin.

Enters the Palace of Westminster.

Following the government's motorcade arrives.

Yeltsin leaves.

Tourists from Asia and Londoners photographed it.

Westminster Palace, species.


Big Ben.

Hyde Park Hotel.

Press Conference BN Yeltsin.

Conducts a press conference Vyacheslav Kostikov

Press Secretary to the President of the Russian Federation.

Yeltsin says the introduction.

Speaks of "Treaty on Principles of international relations";

Churchill was right about against communism;

a new way of Russia and Understanding

with British politicians (synchronously).


Mejdzhor Dzhon -- Statesman (UK)
Eljcin B.N. -- statesman
Eljcina N.I. -- First Lady
Kostikov V.V. -- journalist, politician


November 1992



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