Nikolay Bulganin's (a Soviet statesman) and Nikita Khrushchev's Stay in England.. (1956)
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AnnotationSpecial Issue #3 tells about a visit of the Soviet Communist Party and Government Delegation to the Great Britain.
Bridge over the River Thames.
Streets of London.
NA Bulganin and NS Khrushchev laying a wreath at the grave of Karl Marx at Highgate Cemetery.
On the area of London girl feeds pigeons.
Next to the hotel, "Kleredzhi" - the residence of the Soviet leaders - driving up the machine with the guests invited to the reception on the occasion of the visit to England, NA Bulganin and NS Khrushchev, hosted by the UK ambassador to Malik.
Malik welcomes visitors.
NA Bulganin and NS Khrushchev was invited to talk to the reception.
The building of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
In the royal box NA Bulganin and NS Khrushchev, Sir Anthony Eden, Selwyn Lloyd and others.
The audience in the hall.
After the performance of NA Bulganin and NS Khrushchev congratulating artists presented them flowers.
Guests are ballerina Beryl Grey, Margot Fonteyn.
Members of the press at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where it is the signing of the statement on the negotiations between the Soviet Union and the United Kingdom.
Statement signed by Prime Minister Anthony Eden and chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR NA Bulganin.