The Soviet Premier, Mr. Kosygin, left New York by air today (Monday) for the Cuban?
Mr. Kosygin boarding aircraft at New York's Kennedy Airport.
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Background: The Soviet Premier, Mr. Kosygin, left New York by air today (Monday) for the Cuban capital, Havana, ending an eventful nine-day visit.
Mr. Kosygin went to the United States primarily to address the United Nations General Assembly's emergency session on the Middle East.
But, by the end, he had met President Johnson for a total of ten hours in two Summits at Glassboro, in New Jersey, visited the Niagara Falls, and conferred at length with Soviet officials in the United States.
Mr. Kosygin, at an impromptu news conference at new York's Kennedy Airport, intimated that he may visit President de Gaulle in Paris on his way home from Havana to Moscow.
He also told newsmen: "This is au revoir and farewell. We will be seeing you again."