Nikita Krushchev in Sweden. (1964)

Film-document №5977 2 parts, Duration: 0:19:57 to collection Price category A

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Slavinskaya M.

Operators: Monglovskiy U., Troshkin V. P.

Anouncers: Vygodskiy R.

Text writers: Sturua M.


Nikita Khrushchev in Sweden

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Meeting of Khrushchev and his entourage Swedish Prime Minister Tage Erlander. Khrushchev and Tage Erlander bypass a guard of honor, say welcome speech. City of Stockholm. Sculptures by sculptor Milles, the royal palace, the soldiers of the royal protection, embankment, street. Exhibits National Museum: portraits of Peter I, Lenin, old books. The Royal Library, a list of readers' library table at which Lenin worked. Khrushchev's visit to King Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden, Swedish Prime Minister Tage Erlander. City of Gothenburg. A meeting of workers at the shipyards of concern Geteverken "in connection with the visit of Khrushchev. Speech by Khrushchev to the shipbuilders. Shipyard workers Choir performs song composer VP Soloviev-Sedov "Evening on the roads" (synchronously). City Okselesunde. Visit Nikita Khrushchev metallurgical combine Concern Grengesberg. Say (synchronously) factory workers: Hans Valbek, Ulle Berman, Johan Midel. Khrushchev and his entourage watching the melting of metal, chatting with workers. Khrushchev, T. Erlander and persons accompanying them in the estate "Hagbyuberga", belonging to the farmer Bengt Veyberu; inspect agricultural machines, talk with the owner of the farm. The Island of Djurgården. Khrushchev, Andrei Gromyko, T. Erlander in the Ethnographic Museum; look Swedish folk dances. City of Stockholm. The Soviet-Swedish talks at the Executive Mansion Kanslihyuset. During the negotiating table Khrushchev, T. Erlander, Andrei Gromyko. Press Conference Khrushchev. Khrushchev responds to questions. Pursued by the Soviet government delegation to the homeland. Appears Khrushchev and T. Erlander. Sail boat "Bashkortostan".