New Zealand Prime Minister Keith J. Holyoake, accompanied by Mrs. Holyoake and other New Zealand?
M.L.S. Medium long shot. New Zealand National Flag and Japanese Flag are hoisted at the finger of the Tokyo International Airport.
M.L.S. Japan Air Line special airplane arrived at Tokyo International airport.
C.S. New Zealand flag and Japanese flag on the plane.
M.S. Premier Holyoake and Mrs. Holyoake are coming down from the plane.
M.S. Premier Holyoake was greeted by a Japanese Foreign office master of ceremony and then he was greeted by Japanese Foreign Minister Etsusaburo Shiina (an old man with glass) and then Premier Holyoake was greeted by Mrs. Shiina.
M.S. Captain of the honour guard instructs salute to Premier Holyoake.
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Japanese honour guard of the Self Defense Force salute to Premier Holyoake.
M.L.S. backside, Mr. Holyoake and Mr. Shiina, Foreign Minister.
L.S. Musical band plays the national anthem of Great Britain and Japanese national anthem welcoming Premier Holyoake.
Different shots of the fingers where hundreds of Japanese and New Zealand citizen banner each flags of New Zealand and Japan welcoming Premier Holyoake.
M.S. Premier Holyoake reads a statement which is as follows:
TRANSCRIPT: (SEQUENCE 14)
I am delighted to return to Japan. I have the happiest memories of my last visit five years ago. Although Japan and New Zealand lie far apart, they have much in common, as Pacific nations, and island countries with largely complementary economics that live by their oversea trade. Our two countries are fortunate in having advanced standard of living. Japan's is based primarily on industry and New Zealand's on agriculture. Japan and New Zealand are both democracies. In the International sphere we are both committed to uphold the principles and ideals of the United Nations. I hope during my visit to renew old friendship and make new ones. I am looking forward to seeing more of Japan's outstanding achievements and I hope my visit will help to strengthen the friendship between our two countries. It is my earnest hope that the close cooperation between us will pay its part, in however small a way, in the promotion of wider international understanding and goodwill. I thank you.
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Background: New Zealand Prime Minister Keith J. Holyoake, accompanied by Mrs. Holyoake and other New Zealand suits arrived at Tokyo International Airport by JAL plane from the United States for 8 days state visit. Premier Holyoake was greeted by Mr. Etsusaburo Shiina and Mr. Shiina, Foreign Minister of Japan at the airport and then he shakes hand with diplomatic corps including newly appointed Australian Ambassador to Japan, Sir S. Brown, Canadian Ambassador, Malaysian Ambassador, Pakistan Ambassador, Indian, Ghana, Nigier, British Ambassador mostly Commonwealth countries Ambassadors and Japanese foreign offices high dignitaries. Premier Holyoake is treated as the National Guest of Japan. Later tonight, Premier Holyoake will see Japanese Premier Sato and exchange views on world problems centering on the Vietnamese conflict, Malaysian dispute and other South East Asian developments. Discussion will also cover economic and technology cooperation, promotion of trade and cultural exchange. Holyoake is returning a visit made in October 1963 by the then Prime Minister Hayato Ikeda, former Japanese premier. He will be received in audience by H.I. Majesty the Emperor on July 6th and leave Tokyo for home on July 7th by Quantas plane.