Iranian Prime Minister Amir Abbas Hoveyda met with Rumanian President Ceausescu in Bucharest on Tuesday (18 August).
SV Interior Hoveyda enters and greets Ceausescu
GV, SV Both men seated with delegates (2 shots)
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CU Hoveyda seated
GV both men
CU Minister listening
GV, SV & CU Ceausescu and Hoveyda (4 shots)
SV Other delegates (2 shots)
GV and SV delegates with Ceausescu and Hoveyda (3 shots)
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Background: Iranian Prime Minister Amir Abbas Hoveyda met with Rumanian President Ceausescu in Bucharest on Tuesday (18 August). Accompanying the Rumanian President was a delegation that included the President of the Counsel of Ministers, Ion Geheorghe Maurer; Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cornelius Manescu and Rumanian Ambassador to Teheran, Alexandru Boaba. At the meeting Iranian Prime Minister Hoveyda gave President Ceausescu a message of friendship from the Shah of Iran, Mohamed Reza Pahlavi Dryamehr. The talks between the two leaders concerned bilateral relations and the world situation.
The day before this meeting, Prime Minister Hoveyda held talks with a delegation of Rumanian Officials headed by Counsel of Ministers President, Ion Gheorghe Maurer.
SYNOPSIS: Iranian Prime Minister Amir Abbas Hoveyda met with Rumanian President Ceausescu in Bucharest on Tuesday.
The Rumanian President led a host delegation which included President of the Counsel of Ministers. Ion Gheorghe Maurer and Foreign Affairs Minister, CORNELIUS MANESCU
At the meeting, prime Minister Hoveyda conveyed a message of friendship from the Shah of Iran to the Rumanian leader. President Ceausescu in turn thanked Mr. Hoveyda for the message and expresses his wishes for prosperity and happiness for the Shah.
The talks between the two leaders concerned the widening and deepening of relations between Iran and Rumania. They also discussed matters of mutual interest, promotion of international cooperation, and the possibilities of peace in various points of the globe.