The United States Vice-President, Mr. Agnew, has returned to Washington after his 31-day, II-nation world?
MS Sign "Andrews Airforce Base"
MCS Aircraft taxiing to a halt
MCS Secretary of State Rogers with foreign representatives
MCS Mr. Agnew followed by Mrs. Agnew down steps & greeted by Rogers & foreign representatives
MCS Mr. & Mrs. Agnew talking to foreign representatives
MS Agnew leaving by car.
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Background: The United States Vice-President, Mr. Agnew, has returned to Washington after his 31-day, II-nation world tour. He was met at Andrews Air Force Base, outside the capital, by Secretary of State Mr. Rogers and representatives of the nations he visited.
SYNOPSIS: The United States Vice-President, Mr. Spiro Agnew, landed at Washington's Andrews Air Force Base on Wednesday on his return from a 31-day, II-nation world tour.
America's Secretary of State, Mr. William Rogers, was there to meet Mr. and Mrs. Agnew. With him in the welcoming party were ambassadors and representatives of the nations which Mr. Agnew had visited. The Vice-President's trip took him to South Korea, Singapore, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Ethiopia, Kenya, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Spain, Portugal, Morocco and India.
Mr. and Mrs. Agnew had an informal meeting with be ambassadors and representatives before leaving the Base to return to Washington, when Mr. Agnew was greeted by President Nixon at the White House. He gave Mr. Nixon an hour-long report on his tour, and also had talks with Presidential advisor Dr. Henry Kissinger.