President Josep Tito of Yougoslavia and Rumania's President Nicolae Ceausescu were reported on Wednesday (10th July) to be in full accord after aweeping review of current international problems.
GV from Guard off Honour PAN TO Titors car arriving.
SCU PAN Ceausescu down steps and greets Tito with other Rumanian officials.
SV Tilt down Int. Ceausescu and Tito enter room.
CU Rumanian crest.
SV Ceausescu seated ZOOM OUT TO GV delegates at table.
GV Delegates at table (2 shots).
SV's Tito talking with Ceausescu across table (2 shots).
MV Tito and Yugoslav delegates.
SV C???cu and Rumanian delegates ZOOM OUT TO GV.
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Background: President Josep Tito of Yougoslavia and Rumania's President Nicolae Ceausescu were reported on Wednesday (10th July) to be in full accord after aweeping review of current international problems. Their four-day summit began on Monday (8th July) when President Tito arrived in the Rumanian capital, Bucharest.
On the second day of his visit, President Tito flew with Mr. Ceausescu to a private seaside village at Neptun, near Constanta, Rumania's Chief Black Sea port. The Rumanian news agency Agerpres reported that holiday-makers gave the two leaders a warm reception at they drove through resort areas despite torrential rain.
The situation in the Balkans, international relations after the Moscow summit meeting and bi-lateral cooperation were expected to be the main items on the agenda. The two leaders were also expected to coordinate tactics on a Soviet plan for a European Communist conference to be held later in the year. Both countries follow highly independent policies within the Communist movement and they are known to oppose any conference which might be directed against the People's Republic of China.
The meeting is the twelfth the two Presidents have had in to past sight years. The Yugoslav delegation accompanying President Tito included the President of the Federal Executive Council, Gemal Biedici, the Vice-President of the Council, Milos Minici and the Foreign Affaire Minister, Dr. Aleksandar Girlicikov.
SYNOPSIS: On Monday a summit between the President of Rumania, Nicolae Ceausescu and President Tito of Yugoslavia began in Bucharest, Rumania. the meeting is the two leaders have held in the last eight years.
After a day in Bucharest, the two leaders went to a Black Sea retreat and on Wednesday they were reported to be in full accord after a sweeping review of current international problems. Both countries follow highly independent policies within the Communist movement.
They are also known to appose any conference which might be directed against Chins because of this and were expected to coordinate tactics on a European communist conference planned by the soviets later in the year.
President Tito was eccompanied by the President and Vice-President of the Federal Executive Council and the Yugoslav Foreign Minister. His party was expected to return home on Thursday.