• Short Summary

    In Accra General Aferi, Ghana's Commissioner for Foreign Affairs, and Brazil's Foreign Minister, Mr Barboza, have signed documents pledging mutual co-operation in scientific, economic, cultural and sporting activities.

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    GV State House
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    SV INT. Gen. Aferi & Mr Barboza prepare to sign agreement
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    CU Barboza
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    CU Aferi signing
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    CU Minister watch
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    SV Agreements exchanged with handshakes
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    CU Brazilian and Ghanaian ministers watch as Barboza (4 shots)
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    CU & SV Ministers watch as Barboza is presented with gift(2 shots)
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    Background: In Accra General Aferi, Ghana's Commissioner for Foreign Affairs, and Brazil's Foreign Minister, Mr Barboza, have signed documents pledging mutual co-operation in scientific, economic, cultural and sporting activities. In a joint declaration the two foreign ministers re-affirmed their countries' intentions to support and promote the ideals of the United Nations, particularly in matters concerning developing nations. Both men welcomed the International Cocea Agreement, recently concluded in Geneva, and stressed their intention to support moves which will bring the agreement into force. In addition, the foreign ministers will ask their governments to facilitate the exchange of technical and commercial missions. Mr Barboza spent four days in Ghana during an eight-nation tour of Africa.

    SYNOPSIS: The State House in Accra, where on Thursday General Aferi, Ghana's commissioner for Foreign Affairs, and Brazil's Foreign Minister, Mr Barboza, signed declarations pledging mutual co-operation in scientific, economic, cultural and sporting activities. Both ministers re-affirmed their governments intentions to support and promote the ideals of the United Nations, particularly in matters concerning developing countries.

    Mr Barboza spent four days in Ghana during an eight-nation tour of africa. Both he and General Aferi welcomed the recently signed International Cecea agreement, and said they will ask their governments to facilitate the exchange of technical and commercial missions. During the visit, Mr Barboza went to Kumasi and Akosomba to see development projects. He has also said Brazil will offer scholarships to Ghanaians in agriculture, building technology and soccer techniques. After signing the declarations, Mr Barboza was presented with a gift to mark his visit.

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    Film ID:
    VLVA61AUHYOJW610RHK5F26ICF05P
    Media URN:
    VLVA61AUHYOJW610RHK5F26ICF05P
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    03/11/1972
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:00:57:00
    Time in/Out:
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    Canister:
    N/A

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