President Tito of Yugoslavia arrived in Nairobi yesterday (Thursday) for a ten-day State visit to Kenya.
President Tito of Yugoslavia arrived in Nairobi yesterday (Thursday) for a ten-day State visit to Kenya. Marshal Tito, accompanied by his wife. Was greeted at Nairobi airport by President Kenyatta and his Cabinet.
After inspecting a guard of honour at the airport and watching traditional dances President Tito received Kenya's highest award--the Order of The Golden Heart--from President Kenyatta.
The Tugoslav leader told newsmen that he believed the non-aligned countries could make a contribution, if united, to bring about a peaceful settlement in the Middle East. Marshall Tito said that during his talks on Wednesday with U.S. Secretary of State, Mr. William Rogers, in Addis Ababa, he had urged the United States to exert pressure on Israel to take a less intransigent attitude. President Tito had also discussed with Mr. Rogers the question of European in security.
President Tito arrived in Kenya from addis Ababa after a three-day visit to Ethiopia. During his stay in Kenya, he will visit game reserves and tour agricultural and industrial projects throughout the country.