Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Abdul Razak flew into London today (Thursday) for a five-power Commonwealth meeting to approve new defence arrangements for Malaysia and Singapore.
GV Ext. London airport building
SV Razak through doors and talking, shaking hands and entering car (2 shots)
SV Razak seated and talking SOF STARTS: "Could you tell...." SOF ENDS: ".... to Malaysia and Singapore."
TRANSCRIPT: SEQ. 4:
QUESTION: "Could you tell us, sir, what brings you to the United Kingdom?"
TUN ABDUL RAZAK: "Well, the intention now is to review the Anglo-Malaysian Defence Treaty, and to have a new defence arrangement between Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand and Britain. And under this new defence arrangement the five countries will consult with one another should there be any aggression or threat of aggression from outside to Malaysia and Singapore."
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Background: Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Abdul Razak flew into London today (Thursday) for a five-power Commonwealth meeting to approve new defence arrangements for Malaysia and Singapore. British Prime Minister Edward Heath will open the session on April 15. The Malaysian premier discussed the prime object of the conference when he arrive in London: