The Visit of Prime Minister of Sweden to the USSR. (1986)

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Konovalov V.

Operators: Maksimov L., Fedyaev E.

Text writers: Saltykov A.


Prime Minister Ingvar Karlsson met Mikhail Gorbachev, Nikolay Ryzhkov (the Chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers). Ingvar Karlsson and his spouse went around Moscow and visited the mansion "Kuskovo" (a historic monument).

Foreign policy


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Stay Swedish Prime Minister I. Carlson in Moscow: President of the Council of Ministers of the USSR Ryzhkov and his wife met J. Carlson and his wife at the airport "Sheremetyevo", Ryzhkov and J. Carlson bypass a guard of honor, meet IM Carlson, Secretary General of the CPSU Central Committee Mikhail Gorbachev in the Kremlin and lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a Soviet-Swedish talks and the signing of NI Ryzhkov, and J. Carlson trade agreements, I. Carlson and his wife visited the Tretyakov Gallery, Museum -Kuskovo attend a ballet, "The Lady with the Dog" in the Bolshoi Theater, see the sights of the Moscow Kremlin, J. Carlson answers questions of journalists during a press conference (synchronously), seeing at the airport.

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The Kremlin, Moscow.

Gorky Street.

The building of the Council of Ministers of the USSR. Passers-by on the street.

Old Arbat.

Foreign aircraft taxis at the airport Sheremetyevo.

From the aircraft goes on an official visit of Prime Minister of Sweden, Ingvar Carlsson (Chairman of the Social-Democratic Labour Party) and his wife.

Atmosphere Chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers Nikolai Ryzhkov, first deputy chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR NV Talyzin et al.

The ceremony of the meeting: report delivery guard of honor, the performance of the Swedish and the Soviet anthem, bypassing I. Karlsson and NI Ryzhkov guard of honor.

Faces of the soldiers.

Playing a military band.

Muscovites welcome I. Karlsson, waving flags.

Soviet and Swedish flags.

Depart government vehicles.


General Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee MS Gorbachev I. Karlsson talks.


Honor guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

Eternal flame, the fire flowers.

Members of the Swedish delegation to lay a wreath at the tomb.

NI talks in the Kremlin Ryzhkov and I. Carlsson.

NI Ryzhkov and I. Carlsson signed a long-term agreement on trade, exchange documents.

Soviet-Swedish contracts. I. Karlsson and his wife are on the territory of the Kremlin, visiting the churches.

Ivan the Great Bell, the Assumption Cathedral and other churches of the Kremlin.

Opened the door, St George's Hall of the Kremlin, a chandelier, commemorative inscriptions on the walls.

The Swedish delegation visits the St George's Hall and the Palace of Facets.

Interior Faceted Chamber, murals on the walls. I. Karlsson and Swedish delegation in the meeting room of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR. Empty meeting room.

Foreign policy

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Building exposure of the State Tretyakov Gallery.

The Swedish delegation in the hall.

Paintings from the collections of the gallery: paintings Vasnetsov, Plastova picture "Vasily Terkin".

Car drove down the highway.

The building of the museum-estate Kuskovo.

Decorative grille. I. Karlsson and his wife visiting the estate.

The building of the Bolshoi Theater.

NI Ryzhkov, I. Karlsson with his wife in bed, applauding.

An excerpt from the ballet by Rodion Shchedrin "The Lady with the Dog", in the main party People's Artist of the USSR Maya Plisetskaya.

Kalinin Prospekt.

At a press conference for Soviet and foreign journalists at the press center of the USSR Ministry of Foreign Affairs acts I. Karlsson.

Journalists of different nationalities listen, ask questions, listen, write.

Flags of the Soviet Union and Sweden.

NI Ryzhkov and others among the mourners Swedish delegation. I. Karlsson and his entourage up the ramp.

Foreign taxiing aircraft.

Museums and exhibitions; Foreign policy