The Friendly Visit to Ghana. (1961)

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Makhnach L.


About the stay of Leonid Brezhnev, Chairman of the Presidium of the the USSR Supreme Council, in Ghana.

Historical background

In February 1961, at the invitation of President Kwame Nkrumah, LI Brezhnev arrived in the Republic of Ghana.

Temporary description

Ghana. City of Accra. The old and new quarters of the city. The construction of buildings. The building of Parliament. Solemn meeting of Leonid Brezhnev. There is K. Nkrumah. The meeting at the Higher Party School in Winneba. Speakers: Leonid Brezhnev, N. Nkrumah. Brezhnev visited the Botanical Garden in Aboura. Landscapes of Ghana. One of the villages. Life and Living residents. Loading and unloading operations in the seaport city of Tema. Brezhnev talks with the workers of the port. Seeing Leonid Brezhnev at the airport.

Reel №1

Flag of Ghana - CU.

General view and streets of Accra.

The streets of the old quarter.

Construction of the new building.

LI meeting Brezhnev at the airport.

LI Brezhnev and Nkrumah bypass guard of honor.

LI Brezhnev greeting tribal leaders.

Machine with LI Brezhnev and Nkrumah rides accompanied by honorary escort through the streets of Accra.

The people welcomed guest.

Rally in

Winneba in Ghana and the honor of the friendship of the Soviet Union.

Acts Leonid Brezhnev.

Listen to those present at the meeting - CU., Face.

Nkrumah stands.

The people standing along the road.

Welcomes visitors from the passing of the Soviet Union.

Seen LI Brezhnev, the Botanical Gardens in the town abura.

CU. - Growing pineapple.

Several general plans of the village.

PNRM. on children.


Of the boats unload bales of goods.

Construction of new port - Topic ship unloading.

LI Brezhnev inspects port talks to the port workers.

Seeing LI Brezhnev at the airport.

LI Brezhnev says goodbye to Nkrumah "IL-18" in the air - LS.