Polish and Soviet Negotiations in Moscow.. (1956)
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AnnotationA Special Issue about the visit of the Polish Delegation to Moscow and the Polish- Soviet negotiations.
Historical backgroundNovember 15 in Moscow, a delegation of the Central Committee and the Polish United Workers 'Government of the Polish People's Republic headed by First Secretary of the Central Committee of Polish United Workers' W. Gomulka. The Kremlin talks were held between the delegation and the Government of the Polish United Workers' Central Committee of the NDP and the delegation of the CPSU Central Committee, culminating in the signing of the Soviet-Polish joint statement.
Temporary descriptionMoscow. Belarusian Station. Suitable train. Delegation visits the Polish United Workers' Party, led by Vladimir Gomulka. Among the members of the delegation A. Zawadzki, J. Cyrankiewicz. Speakers (synchronous): W. Gomulka, Khrushchev. At the talks in the Kremlin with the Soviet side there: Voroshilov, Bulganin, Mikoyan, Saburov. Reception at the Polish embassy. The Polish delegation at the Bolshoi Theatre on Tchaikovsky's opera "Queen of Spades." Fragments of the opera. The Grand Kremlin Palace. The signing of the Soviet-Polish Declaration. On the Soviet side of the application signed by Bulganin, the Polish - W. Gomulka. Seeing delegation home.
Belarusian delegation to the meeting of the station.
Among the greeters NS Khrushchev, KE Voroshilov, NA Bulganin, MZ Saburov.
Hello delegation head Wladyslaw Gomulka, Jozef Cyrankiewicz, Al.
Zawadzki, Stefan Endrihovsky and other party leaders in Poland.
Report of honor.
The microphone stands Wladyslaw Gomulka (synchronously).
Moving away from the station car with the delegates.
The talks in the Kremlin.
Sitting: NS Khrushchev, KE Voroshilov, NA Bulganin, AI Mikoyan, MZ Saburov Vl.
Zawadzki, J. Cyrankiewicz, S. Endrihovsky.
Members of the delegation at the Bolshoi Theatre on Tchaikovsky's "Queen of Spades."
In the bed volumes.
Voroshilov, Zawadzki, Gomulka, Bulganin, Khrushchev, etc.
Excerpts from the second act.
18.11. Reception at the Polish embassy.
The signing of the Soviet-Polish joint statement.
Shall be signed by the Soviet side - NS Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin, the Polish side - W. Gomulka and J. Cyrankiewicz.
Departure of the delegation.
Acts W. Gomulka (synchronously).
Listen: NS Khrushchev, KE Voroshilov, NA Bulganin, GK Beetles.