President Soekarno In Moscow 1959

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    Unused / unissued material -

    Moscow, Russia, USSR, Soviet Union.

    MS President Soekarno of Indonesia and Soviet leader Nikita Khruschev shaking hands. CU President Soekarno. LS President Soekarno, Khruschev and others taking their places in conference room. CU Khruschev seated, pan to Anastas Mikoyan, First Vice Chairman of the Council of Minister of the USSR seated next to him. GV Conference table. CU President Soekarno seated. CU Khruschev. CU Ministers. LS Khruschev speaking, Mikoyan seated at his side. LS Conference table.

    GV Airport building, Moscow. Various shots of crowd waiting at Vnukovo Airport. CU Flags. LS Plane taxiing. CU Little children holding bouquets. MS Anasta Mikoyan, First Vice Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR walking toward aircraft. Various shots of President Achmed Soekarno of Indonesia alighting from plane and being welcomed by Mikoyan and others including Andrei Gromyko, Georgy Pushkin, Viktor Likhachev. GV Guard of Honour. MS President Soekarno taking salute. MS President Soekarno inspecting Guard of Honour. GV Soldiers marching. Various shots of President Soekarno shaking hands with officials. LS Car driving away.

    (Mute Dupe Neg.) Old record suggests material dates from around 11/05/1959.

    Possibly alternative spelling - Sukarno. Appears to be combined with missing material from UN 3217 D.

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    British Pathé
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    01:57:09:00 / 01:59:45:00
    UN 3218 A
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    UN 3218 A
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