• Short Summary

    FOLLOWING THE RATIFICATION OF THE BANGKOK AGREEMENT BY INDONESIA AND MALAYSIA ENDING THE THREE YEAR HOSTILITY, SEVERAL MEETINGS HAD TAKEN PLACE BETWEEN THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE TWO COUNTRIES TO RESUME TRADE TIES AND ESTABLISH DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS.

  • Description

    1.
    LS PARLIAMENT HOUSE
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    2.
    MLS INDONESIAN TEAM LEADER, COL. SOEDARSONO PRODJOMISENO, FOLLOWED BY OTHER MEMBERS OF THE DELEGATION
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    3.
    MLS INDONESIANS ENTER CONFERENCE HALL
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    4.
    MS INDONESIAN TEAM LEADER SITS DOWN (PAN TO) ANOTHER
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    5.
    MS OTHER MEMBERS OF THE INDONESIAN TEAM SEATED
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    6.
    MS RAZAK (FOREGROUND LEFT) TOWARDS HALL
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    7.
    MS MALAYSIAN DELEGATES SEATED (PAN)
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    8.
    MS BRIGADIER-GENERAL IBRAHIM, HEAD OF BORNEO OPERATIONS
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    9.
    MS RAZAK SPEAKS
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    10.
    CU INDONESIAN TEAM LEADER
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    11.
    CU RAZAK SPEAKING
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    12.
    MS INDONESIAN CLAP
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    13.
    MS RAZAK SHAKES HANDS WITH THE INDONESIAN AND WALKS AWAY
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    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: FOLLOWING THE RATIFICATION OF THE BANGKOK AGREEMENT BY INDONESIA AND MALAYSIA ENDING THE THREE YEAR HOSTILITY, SEVERAL MEETINGS HAD TAKEN PLACE BETWEEN THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE TWO COUNTRIES TO RESUME TRADE TIES AND ESTABLISH DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS.

    THE FINAL STAGE OF THE TALKS WHICH MAY LEAD TO THE EXCHANGE OF DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS STARTED IN THE MALAYSIAN CAPITAL OF KUALA LUMPUR TODAY (SEPTEMBER 6) WITH THE ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER INDONESIAN TEAM CONSISTING OF MEMBERS FROM THE ARMY AND GOVERNMENT.

    THE TEAM, LEAD BY COLONEL SOEDARSONO PRODJOMISENO, WILL HOLD DISCUSSIONS ON DEFENCE AND SECURITY, TRADE AND CULTURE. THE TALKS ARE EXPECTED TO LAST SEVERAL DAYS.

    PRESENT AT THE MEETING WAS THE MALAYSIAN DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER TUN ABDUL RAZAK, WHO WITH THE INDONESIAN FOREIGN MINISTER ADAM MALIK, DRAFTED OUT THE PEACE AGREEMENT IN BANGKOK TWO MONTHS AGO.

    THE TWO MOSLEM COUNTRIES BROKE OFF RELATIONS THREE YEARS AGO WHEN MALAYSIA WAS FORMED. INDONESIA HAD THEN STRONGLY OBJECTED TO ITS FORMATION CALLING IT A NEO-COLONIALIST PLOT DESIGNED TO ENCIRCLE THE COUNTRY.

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVAAAESR2FNGU5Y5K2JABV5P6ZDH
    Media URN:
    VLVAAAESR2FNGU5Y5K2JABV5P6ZDH
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    06/09/1966
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:01:05:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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