Ghana's Prime Minister, Dr. Kofi Busia, held talks with President Tito of Yugoslavia at the?
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SV and CU PAN Madame Tito sits with Madame Busia and other ladies. (Three shots).
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Background: Ghana's Prime Minister, Dr. Kofi Busia, held talks with President Tito of Yugoslavia at the Presidential Palace in Belgrade on Tuesday (November 24). Both men were accompanied by teams of government ministers.
The subjects of the talks was not disclosed but reports said the two leaders discussed international problems and bilateral relations.
Dr. Busia and his party arrived in Yugoslavia on Friday (November 20) for six-day official visit as guests of the Prime Minister, Mr. Mitja Ribicio, who was also present at Tuesday's conference.
Earlier, on Monday (November 23), the two Prime Ministers held their own talks.
Accompanying Dr. Busia were Ghana's Foreign Minister, Mr. Victor Qwusu, and the Minister for Trade, Industry and Tourism Mr. R.A. Qarshie. President Tito's team included Prime Minister Ribicic and Foreign Secretary Mr. Mirko Tepavac.