U.S. Vice President Nelson Rockefeller arrived in Kuala Lumpur on Friday night (March 26) from?
plane taxing in
American flags at airport
US Ambassador waiting
Rockefeller and his wife landing and shake hands with Hussein
V. President and Hussein poses for group picture
V.P. and Hussein walk forward
Hussein introduces diplomats
Hussein get into the car (2)
Car leaves airport
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Background: U.S. Vice President Nelson Rockefeller arrived in Kuala Lumpur on Friday night (March 26) from Teheran for a 37-hour visit and talks with Malaysian leaders which will centre on American support for regional development.
Mr. Rockefeller flew into a decorated and floodlit Subang International Airport on board a special Boeing 707 flight, and was greeted by the Prime Minister, Datuk Hussein Onn, and members of his Cabinet.
The American leader will have a 45-minute session of informal talks with Hussein during his two-day visit. Malaysian leader is expected to brief him on the current political and security situation in the country and on regional and bilateral issues.
Malaysian officials said that Hussein was expected to stress the role of U. S. can play in helping countries in Southeast Asia to achieve the national resilience they need for regional stability.
He will leave for Singapore on Sunday morning.