• Short Summary

    Vienna, 16 September 1974 - Delegates of the States which are members of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have assembled in Vienna to take part in the 18th session of their General Conference beginning 16 September at the Hofburg.

  • Description

    1.
    GVs Atomic Energy plant (brown).
    7 ft

    2.
    GV Vienna - skycrape.
    10 ft

    3.
    GV busy street in Vienna.
    13 ft

    4.
    CUs status in Vienna.
    19 ft

    5.
    GV hotel.
    24 ft

    6.
    Travelling GV streetscene.
    26 ft

    7.
    GUs ornets device on building.
    31 ft

    8.
    travelling GV street scene.
    34 ft

    9.
    CU orats device on building.
    38 ft

    10.
    CU ??? jewelery on table.
    43 ft

    11.
    GVs street scenes - tourists shop, hotel, street cafe etc.
    54 ft

    12.
    GV status of horse and rider.
    58 ft

    13.
    GV street scenes.
    71 ft

    14.
    CU ??? flag.
    75 ft

    15.
    SV 2 delegates arrive.
    78 ft

    16.
    ??? flags of many countries.
    83 ft

    17.
    SV delegates arrive (several shots).
    93 ft

    18.
    GV members of delegations in Conference hall - U.N..Diplomatic Cor???, ???, U.S. Korea etc.
    109 ft

    19.
    MV Medina walks up to rostrum to take Presidents Chair - sitting next to him are Eklunl and Nolton.
    135 ft

    20.
    CU posters for the conference.
    137 ft

    21.
    leader to
    159 ft


    Panorama of Vienna



    Flags over entrance of Hofburg Palace



    Delegations arriving



    Members of delegations in Conference Hall



    Mr. Florencio A. ???DINA (Philippines), elected President. walking up to rostrum



    On restrum, left to right:



    Dr. Sigvard Eklund, Director General, IAEA



    Mr. Florencio A. Medina (Philippines) President of the Conference



    Mr. Patrick Bolton, Secretary of the General Conference, IAEA




    Initials



    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: Vienna, 16 September 1974 - Delegates of the States which are members of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have assembled in Vienna to take part in the 18th session of their General Conference beginning 16 September at the Hofburg. It is expected that about 80 countries will be represented, as well as the United Nations and a number of its agencies, together with inter-governmental and non-governmental organizations.

    The session is expected to last about a week. The Agency's Regular budget for 1975 of $29.675.000 and the scope of nuclear power projects in developing countries will be among the major topics under discussion.

    The terms of office of Algeria, Chile, CSSR, Denmark, Ghana, Indonesia, Ireland, Lebanon, Mexico and Saudi Arabia expire as elected members of the Board at the end of this year's regular session and now elections will therefore have to be held.

    The General Conference elected the Chairman of the Philippines National Science Development Board, Mr. Florencio A. Medina as its President and eight Vice-Presidents and the officers of its committees. The Vice-Presidents are from the following countries: Argentina, Canada, France, India, Indonesia. Japan, Sudan and USSR.

    The Chairman of the Programme, Technical and Budget Committee is H.E. Ulises Schmill Ordonez, Ambassador, Resident Representative of Mexico to the IAEA. The Administrative and Legal Committee elected Professor Wojciech Morawiecki, Director of Department of International Law, Central School of Planning and Statistics, Warsaw, as its Chairman.

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVA29SFIR3UAYEL8A0ZMMHPHNV60
    Media URN:
    VLVA29SFIR3UAYEL8A0ZMMHPHNV60
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    16/11/1974
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:11:23:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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