Signing the State Agreement about Recovery of the Independent Austria.. (1955)
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AnnotationMay 15, 1955 in the Belvedere Palace in Vienna was signed by the State Treaty for the restoration of an independent and democratic Austria. The agreement signed by Soviet Foreign Minister VM Molotov, Foreign Minister Macmillan of Britain, U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, Minister of Foreign Affairs of France, Pine, Austrian Foreign Minister Figl.
Temporary descriptionArrival in Vienna foreign ministers of Britain, France, the Soviet Union: G. McMillan, A. Pinay, VM Molotov, U.S. Secretary of State Dulles. Meeting at the airport. Belvedere. G. McMillan, A. Pinay, Molotov, Dulles, Austrian Foreign Minister L. Figl signing of the State Treaty on the restoration of an independent and democratic Austria. Participants signing speeches. At the signing of the Treaty are present members of the Austrian government led by J. Raab.
General view of Vienna (top).
The streets of Vienna, decorated with flags.
In Vienna, for consideration and signing come the foreign ministers of the four Powers.
From arriving at the airport planes go: U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, the British Foreign Secretary Harold Macmillan, the French Foreign Minister Antoine Pina, Soviet Foreign Minister VM Hammers.
On the way from the airport to the city of Vienna residents welcome VM Molotov.
Building where there was a meeting of foreign ministers of the four powers.
Outside the Viennese.
VM exits from the building Hammers.
Residents welcome it.
General view of the Belvedere Palace.
On the palace stairs rising members of the Austrian government, led by Federal Chancellor Julius Raab, the Soviet delegation headed by VM Molotov, the British delegation, the U.S. delegation, the delegation of France.
Ministers take their places.
The contract shall be signed by VM Molotov, G. McMillan, DF Dulles, A. Pina, Austrian Foreign Minister Figl.
To give speeches: VM Molotov, G. McMillan, DF Dulles, A. Pina, Figl.
On the balcony of the palace Belvedere come from five countries.
Viennese welcome ministers.
Ministers welcome the people.