Mr. Ratko Kaska, the Czech Minister of the Interior, has been visiting Iraq. He was?
SCU Hussein (left) greets Ratko Kaska and delegation
SV They sit
CU Both ministers (2 shots)
SV Ministers talking (2 shots)
SCU Saddoon Ghaidan
CU & SV Talks continue
Initials ESP/1319 ESP/1329
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Background: Mr. Ratko Kaska, the Czech Minister of the Interior, has been visiting Iraq. He was received on Tuesday (28 November) by Saddam Hussein, vice-chairman of the Revolutionary Command Council, who is also Regional Deputy General secretary of the Baa'th Party.
The two men spent about 45 minutes discussing the friendly relations between their nations.
This film is from the Iraqi Broadcasting and Television Establishment.
SYNOPSIS: Saddam Hussein, vice-president of Iraq's Revolutionary Command Council, welcomed Czech Foreign Minister Ratko Kaska on his visit to Baghdad.
The ministers posed for formal photographs before beginning their session of talks.
The Iraqi Minister and his guest spent about forty-five minutes discussing the friendly relations between their countries.
There is considerable trade between Czechoslovakia and Iraq, which imports about six million pounds worth of Czech goods each year.
General Saddoon Ghaidan attended the talks to advise on military matters.