President Zulfikar Ali Bhutte of Pakistan, continuing his tour of the African continent, arrived in Khartoum on Sunday for a 24-hour visit.
LV Pakistan airliner arrives
SV President Nimeiry and other officers walk onto tarmac
SV President Bhutto leaves aircraft and greeted by President Nimeiry.
CU Guard of honour
SV President Bhutto meets chief of staff
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SV Bhutto reviews guard of honour
LV Bhutto shakes hands with other government officials (3 shots)
PRESIDENT NIMEIRY GREETING PRESIDENT BHUTTO: PRESIDENT BHUTTO MEETING OFFICIALS AND MILITARY CHIEFS: MRS. NIMEIRY STANDING WITH MRS. BHUTTO.
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Background: President Zulfikar Ali Bhutte of Pakistan, continuing his tour of the African continent, arrived in Khartoum on Sunday for a 24-hour visit.
He was greeted at Khartoum Airport by the Sudanese President, Major-General Jaafar Al Nimeiry. During their talks, the two leaders discussed recent developments on the Indian sub-continent, the Middle East and Africa. They also reviewed bilateral relations.
Later, President Bhutto left Khartoum for Nigeria--and has since moved on to Quines and Mauritania. His trip is described as a goodwill tour.
SYNOPSIS: At Khartoum Airport on Sunday--the arrival of an aircraft carrying President Bhutto of Pakistan. The Sudan's President Nimeiry was on the tarmac to greet President Bhutto--along with other senior members of Sudan's military government. President Bhutto's visit to Khartoum was to be a short one--lasting just a single day. He's on a tour of the African continent--a trip officially described as a goodwill visit.
Official greetings at the airport were followed by talks in which the two presidents reviewed recent developments on the Indian sub-continent and in the Middle East. The two men also discussed present trends in Africa-- including President Bhutto's tour.
During his tour, President Bhutto is looking at ways in which Pakistan can improve relations with countries in Africa. In Khartoum--as in other capitals on this tour--he spoke to President Nimeiry and his senior ministers about ways in which contacts between their countries could be expanded. From Khartoum--President Bhutto flew on to Nigeria, Guinea and Mauritania.