John B. Connally, President Nixon's special emissary, arrived in Bangladesh on Monday (3 July) for?
John B. Connally, President Nixon's special emissary, arrived in Bangladesh on Monday (3 July) for two days of talks with Bangladesh leaders. The visit was part of a tour of nations in Latin America, Asia and Europe.
Mr. Connally was greeted at Dacca Airport by Bangladesh Foreign Minister, Abdus Samad and the United States Charge d'Affaires, Herbert D. Spivack.
Mr. Connally, who was until recently Secretary of the United States Treasury, is on his thirty-three day mission to explain President Nixon's polices following the Peking and Moscow visits.
Upon his arrival in Dacca he said he had a number of messages from President Nixon for the Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Mujibar Rahman.
On Tuesday, Mr. Connally flew on to New Delhi for talks with Indian leaders.
SYNOPSIS: Mr. John Connally, former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury arrived in Dacca, Bangladesh on Monday. His two-day Visit was part of a thirty-three day tour of nations in Latin America, Asia and Europe.
A police honour guard was at the airport for the arrival...Mr. Connally was greeted on the steps of his Presidential plane by U.S. Charge d'Affaires Herbert Spivack. Mr. Connally is making his tour to explain President Nixon's policies following the Peking and Moscow summit conference.....Bangladesh Foreign Minister Abdus Samad was at the airport to welcome Mr. Connally for the start of talks with Bangladesh leaders.