28th June 1970 at 11 A.M. the plane number "002" - the polish presidential craft?
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Background: 28th June 1970 at 11 A.M. the plane number "002" - the polish presidential craft - landed as scheduled at the airport Okecie in Warsaw.
On the board of plane Sudanese official delegation leaded by the president of Revolutionary Council and prime Minister Gaafar En-Numeiri and his colaborators, among them - member of the council, the secretary of the communal economy Abu el Gasim Mohamed Ibrahim.
The guests have been welcomed by the president of the polish government Council, marshal Marian Spychalski and prime minister Jozef Cyrankiewicz.
After two national anthems the heads of states before the polish guard of honour.
Belweder - the permanent residence of polish head of state. General Numeiri just after his arrival paid a visit to marshal Spychalski.
Then Sudanese delegation deposed a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior. And next the delegation visited some others monuments of Warsaw, among them - The famous Old City.
The second day of his sojourn in Poland general Numeiri paid a remarkable visit to First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Polish United Worker's Party - Wladyslaw Gomulka.
Then official talks between sudanese and polish delegation started in Belweder Palace.
At the morning this day president Numeiri was present in the meeting of the Polish-African Friendship Association.
This Association has been created in 1962. On the other hand in Sudan existed polish-sudanese Friendship Society which has 11 section and nearly 300 members - many of them graduates of universities and colleges in Poland. The leader of Polish African Friendship Association/TPP-A - Towarzystwo Przyjazni Polsko-Afrykanskiej/Eugeniusz Szyr, deputy premier, welcomed the Sudanese delegation and handed to the president Numeiri a gift the book entitled "The polish national art".
Next visit in the club "Three Continents" - a place of meetings and entertainment for thew students from so-called the Third World.
The thunderous ovation followed all the speeches for the honour of the Sudanese head of Revolutionary Council. In this club very active is the Association of Sudanese Students in Poland, which exists for more than 10 years.
Third day started the visit in the capital of voivodship Kielce. There the guests visited the factory of installations for the chemical industry "Chemar".
These installations have been exported to 26 countries.
Next visit this day in the greatest polish trucks factory "Starachowice". Differents types of the van "Star are well-known not only in Poland but in other countries too, especially in tropical regions.
General Numeiri was very interested in. The factory has been created by the pre-war governments, but its rapid development is dating on the post-war period.
The farewell of the guests was marked by the polish folk-dance ensemble.
Next day in the morning the Sudanese delegation left Poland to Berlin.
In the airport the guests were also accompanied by all top polish government officials including the president of the State Council Marian Spychalski and the prime-minister Jozef Cyrankiewicz.