In Belgrade, on January 23, the seventh Congress of People's Jouth of Jugoslavia was opened.?
In Belgrade, on January 23, the seventh Congress of People's Jouth of Jugoslavia was opened. The opening ceremony was attended by the President of the Republic Josip Bro??? Tito, the President of the federal People's Assembly Peter Stambolis, the Vice-Presidents of the Federal Executive Council Edvard Kardelj. Aleksandar Rankovic 1 Mijalko Todorovic, and many of her outstanding Jugoslav state and political leaders.
The Congress, attended by 1.400 delegates and representatives of Jouth organizations from 29 countries was opened by the President of the Central Committee of People's Jouthof Jugoslavia Tomislav Badovinac.
On the occasion of the opening ceremony President Tito was presented with the flowers by children.
The speech made by President Tito was mainly dedicated to the internal policy. Pointing to the tasks of the Jouth the President said that the Jouth should continue the rich tradition of the Jouth voluntary working actions. He also gave a hint that, after having finished the main motor highway running from the north to the south frontier of the country, the youth might be entrusted with building of a modern high way along the Adriatic coast and across Montenegro. This motorcar highway will be of particular importance for Jugoslav tourizam. It will secure more comfortable journey of foreign guests who come to spend their holidays to the Adriatic coast.
Talking about world political situation the President appreciated the friendly note of the letters exchanged between Prime Minister ???rushtehaw and President Kennedy. Talking about Jugoslav Foreign policy, he called absurd speculations that Jugoslavia, having improved its relations with other socialist countries, would leave its policy of cooperation with other countries in the world.
At the Congress, the president of Jugoslav Jouth organization Tomislav Badovinac submitted the report about tasks of the Jouth in the forther building up of socialist society.
??? appreciated the friendly note of the letters exchanged between Prime Minister ???rushtehew and President Kennedy. Talking about Jugoslav Foreign policy, he called absurd speculations.