King Hussein of Jordan and his wife, Queen Noor, have arrived in Paris for a two-day official visit to France.
GV INTERIOR King Hussein of Jordan enters airport terminal with President Giscard e'Estaing.
GV King Hussein and President Giscard walk down line of dignitaries shaking hands. (2 shots)
GV King Hussein and President Giscard leave building. (2 shorts)
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Background: King Hussein of Jordan and his wife, Queen Noor, have arrived in Paris for a two-day official visit to France.
SYNOPSIS: They were met at the airport on Monday by President Valery Giscard d'Estaing, and the newly appointed Foreign Minister, Jean Francois-Poncet. It's the first leg of a European tour that will take King Hussein to Italy, the Vatican and Britain.
Later that day, at a banquet in Versailles, King Hussein said there would be no peaceful solution in the Middle East without recognition of Palestinian rights. He said his concept of a lasting peace also included a complete withdrawal of Israeli forces form Arab territories occupied since 1967. President Giscard said Jordan and rance agreed that no effort should be spared in the search for peace but the aspirations of all parties had to be taken into account.
Later, King Hussein is to have his first official round of talks with French leaders. He is expected to explain the Jordanian position on last month's conference in Baghdad of Arab "hard-line" states, which condemned the Camp David accords.