• Short Summary

    On September 9-th 1968, in the afternoon, at the "23rd August"-Summer Theater, in Bucharest, took place Nicolae Ceausescu and other Party and State Leaders' meeting with the youth who celebrated the 20-th anniversary of the activity deployed on the national sites of patriotic work.

  • Description

    On September 9-th 1968, in the afternoon, at the "23rd August"-Summer Theater, in Bucharest, took place Nicolae Ceausescu and other Party and State Leaders' meeting with the youth who celebrated the 20-th anniversary of the activity deployed on the national sites of patriotic work.

    Nicolae Ceausescu, Ion Gheorghe Maurer, Chivu Stoica, Virgil Trofin as well as the other Party and State Leaders were received with cheers and innovations by thousand and thousand of young men on the streets going toward the meeting place.

    At the Summer Theater entrance, the Party and State leaders were greeted by Ion Iliescu, First-Secretary of the Central Committee of the Union of the Communist youth, Minister for youth's Problems, as well as by members of the Central Committee Bureau of the Union Office Communist Youth.

    More than 20 thousand brigade members cheered the Romanian Communist Party, the Central Committee having at the head Nicolae Ceausescu. Two generation of brigade members expressed for a long time their enthusiastic feelings of full approval of the internal and external policy of our Party and Government, their determination to achieve firmly the provision of the 9-th Congress of the Romanian Communist Party and of the National Conference, for the continuous prosperity of the Socialist Romania.

    On September, 9th 1968, in the morning, the President of the State Council of the Socialist Republic of Romania, Nicolae Ceausescu, received, at the State Council Palace the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs of Great Britain, Michel Stewart.

    Corneliu Manescu, Foreign Affair Minister, as well as Vasile Dungan, Ambassador in London, participated into the reception.

    The Guest was accompanied by Sir John Chedwick, British Ambassador in Bucharest, Mr. Hayman, Undersecretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Mr. Maitland principal personal secretary.

    On September 9th, 1968, in the morning, the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs of Great Britain, Michael Stewart and the officials accompanying him paid the Foreign Affair Minister of the Socialist Republic of Romania, Corneliu Manescu, a visit pertaining to State etiquette.

    The discussion developed in a cordial atmosphere.

    On September 9th, 1968, in the morning, the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs of Great Britain, Michael Stewart and officials accompanying him laid a wreath at the Monument of the Heroes of the Struggle for the Freedom of the People and of the Country, for Socialisme.

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    Film ID:
    VLVADMFLBHWY4IK8UU1JJZN6PQM0H
    Media URN:
    VLVADMFLBHWY4IK8UU1JJZN6PQM0H
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    09/09/1968
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:03:08:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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