The Meeting Of Representatives Of Parties And Movements. (1987)
AnnotationThe meeting of 178 representatives of Communist, national and liberation parties as well as other parties and movements, who arrived on the occasion of celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Russian October Revolution, in the Kremlin Palace of Congress.
Opening of the meeting arrived to celebrate the 70 th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution 178 representatives of communist and revolutionary-democratic, national liberation parties and movements, socialist, social democratic, the Labor Party and other parties.
Participants in the Kremlin Palace of Congresses.
The President of the meeting, General Secretary of the KPSSS, the head of the Soviet delegation, Mikhail Gorbachev and members of the delegation, Andrei Gromyko, EK Ligachev, NI Ryzhkov, Alexander Yakovlev, AF Dobrynin, R. A. Medvedev at the meeting.
Speakers: Secretary-General of the Communist Party of Argentina Athos Fava (synchronously in Spanish), General Secretary of All India Committee of the Indian National Congress, Ram Ratan Roma (simultaneously in English), Mikhail Gorbachev (synchronously), Todor Zhivkov (synchronously in Bulgarian language).
Speakers: Secretary-General of the Norwegian Labor Party Turbern Jagland (synchronously in a foreign language), the representative of the Australian Labor Party, Michael Vian (synchronously in English).
Employment in the press center.
Say Yakovlev, Yevgeny Primakov.
Mikhail Gorbachev, Fidel Castro among the meeting participants.
Was the General Secretary of the Social Democratic Party of Denmark Steen Christensen (synchronously in a foreign language), the Secretary of the Communist Party USA, Gus Hall (simultaneously in English), First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba Fidel Castro (synchronously in Spanish) Co-Chair of the Federal Board of the Green Party of Germany Jutta Ditfurt (synchronously in German), Chairman of the Labor Party of Angola Jose Eduardo Dos Santos (synchronously in Portuguese).
Pravda "with performances.