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Foreign newsreels 1975 № 4328

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UN - UN Security Council meeting on June YUAR.3.

Greece - Arrival of President Sadat of Egypt to Greece.

Negotiations with Karmanlisom.

June 3, 1975

Lebanon - Security measures for the prevention of collisions political rivals.

Ivory Coast - West African transport ministers are discussing the creation of an integrated transport system.

Mauritania - Arrivals Kim Il Sung of Korea (DPRK) to Mauritania for talks.

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Foreign newsreels 1975 № 4334

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Bulgaria - The May literary days in Sofia.

Bulgaria - The opening of the monument to Cyril and Methodius.

Foreign newsreels 1975 № 4335

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Austria - Arrival in Austria Egyptian President Sadat.

The meeting in Vienna with Bruno Kreisky.

Arriving in Austria U.S. President D. Ford.

Meeting at the airport.

Chatting with Kreisky.

Meet and talk Ford and Sadat.

Foreign newsreels 1975 № 4349

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Australia - Zoological and Botanical Gardens in Sydney and Melbourne.

Germany, Poland - Warsaw Zoo Cologne and spring.

Netherlands - The construction of the blades, screws for ship engines.

Austria - Vienna art auction.

Foreign newsreels 1975 № 4353

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Portugal - The visit of the leader of Guinea Bissau Aristides Pereira in Portugal as the leader of the former Portuguese African colonies.

Lisbon, June 9.

Portugal - leftist demonstrators clash with Catholics after the occupation of the radio station.

Lisbon, 18 June 1975

Portugal - The future of the newspaper Socialist "Republic" remains open.

Lisbon, June 16.

Portugal - Portugal's Supreme Revolutionary Council restricts the constitutional assembly and hits the left-wing extremists.

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Foreign newsreels 1975 № 4357

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Algeria, Morocco - The story of the Algerian President Boumedienne. (1971 - 1975 gg.).

Egypt - Statement by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Egypt, of the importance of separation of troops in the Sinai.

Cairo, June 8, 1975

Morocco - 26 Conference for the Liberation Movements in Africa.

Rabat, June 9.

USA - Camp Pendleton South Vietnamese refugees.

May 1975

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Foreign newsreels 1975 № 4358

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England - The first edition of the guide in the graveyards of England.

Egypt - Interview of President Sadat.

Germany - Negotiations Deputy.

Chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers Novikov and German Foreign Minister Genscher on trade.

Bonn, May 10.

Spain - Arrival in Madrid UN Secretary-General

Kurt Waldheim to condemn the problems of Spanish Sahara.

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Foreign newsreels 1975 № 4361

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France - Spanish Foreign Minister arrives in Paris for talks on economic sotrudnichestve.25 of June.

Portugal - Portugal's return of refugees from Angola on fire.

Lisbon, June 23.

Hungary - Meeting of Prime Ministers of the CMEA.

Budapest, June 24.

Mexico - United Nations Conference on Women's Rights.

Argentina - Demonstration of working automakers against the rising cost of living.

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Foreign newsreels 1975 № 4362

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France - workers strike printers.

Demonstration against police violence newsmen.

Paris, June 26.

Japan. - Completion of the exhibition "Okinawa Expo 75."

Germany - the signing of the Treaty between Brazil and Germany for help Brazil in the field of nuclear technology.

Algeria - Stay T. Zhivkov in Algeria.

June 27.

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Foreign newsreels 1975 № 4364

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Syria - Syrian Orthodox Church requires the restoration of Palestinian rights.

Syria - The Prime Minister of Libya Jalloud and the Syrian leadership to discuss the issue of unity of the Arab countries.

Damascus, June 16.

Iraq - Iraqi leaders talks with Libyan Prime Minister Dzhelludom.

BAGHDAD, June 17.

Syria - President al-Assad discusses the Palestinian issue with the leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization Yasser Arafat.

Damascus, June 15.

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