Vietnam Prime Minister Visits Malaysia 1965

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    Malaysia (Malaya).

    Sign over road in Kuala Lumpur reading 'Welcome His Excellency Prime Minister of the Republic of Vietnam'. Various shots of Prime Minister of Vietnam, Nguyen Cao Ky, being greeted on arrival to Malaysia at Malaysian Police Depot. After taking the salute he inspects a Guard of Honour of the Royal Malaysian Police Force. Various shots of the Prime Minister, he goes to the Police Memorial and lays a wreath at the memorial during the ceremony. Various shots of the Prime Minister's wife, Madame Ky doing her duty by visiting a children's home in Kuala Lumpur, also a disabled persons home and a home for old people. She walks around with escort and talks to the people and children.

    (Orig. Neg.)

    Date found in the old record - 05/10/1965.

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    British Pathé
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    01:43:51:00 / 01:49:24:00
    UN 4065 A
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    UN 4065 A
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