Internal unrest in the Lebanon bright United Nations Secretary - General Dag Hammerskjoeld hurrying to talks on Wednesday with President Chamoun in Beirut, the Lebanon's capital.
G.V. THE HOTEL BIARRITZ.
S.V. SOME OBSERVERS FROM INDIA LEAVING.
L.V. NINE U.N. CARS ARRIVING.
S.L.V. MR. HAMMERSKJOELD LEAVING HOTEL.
TRAVEL SHOT... THROUGH THE STREETS.
G.V. THE MINISTRY.
S.C.U. ARRIVAL AT THE MINISTRY.
S.L.V. LEFT TO RIGHT. MR. GHORRA. DIR.POLITICAL OF INTERIOR AFFAIRS. MR. HAMMERSKJOELD. MR. SAM SOHL. MR. DAVID BLICKENSTAFF.
S.C.U. MR. HAMMERSKJOELD AND MR. SOHL.
S.L.V. THE FOUR MEN TOGETHER.
Initials M.R. P.B.
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Background: Internal unrest in the Lebanon bright United Nations Secretary - General Dag Hammerskjoeld hurrying to talks on Wednesday with President Chamoun in Beirut, the Lebanon's capital. He also saw Government leaders.
The Secretary-General drove through the streets of the capital from the airport and first met the President's new Prime Minister, Mr. Sami Sohl, at the Ministry of Interior.
Mr. Hammerskjoeld, who brought United Nations and personal influence to bear for a solution to this troubled Middle East Republic which is now teetering on the verge of dissolution, also conferred at the Interior Ministry with the Political Director for Home Affairs, Mr. Ghorra, seen on the Secretary-General's left. The Prime Minister is on the Secretary-General's right.
Mr. Hammarskjoeld, was later to have talks in Amman, Jerusalem and Cairo on the Lebanon unrest.