• Short Summary

    Libya's Deputy Prime Minister, Major Abdul Salam Jalloud, met the new Prime Minister of Malta, Mr.

  • Description

    GV Malta
    GV PAN Auberge D'Aragon, official residence of Maltese Prime Minister PAN TO flag (2 shots)
    SV Libyan Deputy Premier Major Abdul Salam Jalloud leaves building with Prime Minister Mintoff, they shake hands.
    Libyan car pennant.
    SV Libyan Deputy Prime Minister into car and departs. (2 shots)
    GV Maltese and Libyan flags flying at Libyan pavilion.
    LV Libyan pavilion
    SV Maltese Deputy Prime Minister Dr. Anton Buttigieg with glasses, smoking cigarette.
    SV Libyan Deputy Prime Minister and party arrive at pavilion.
    SV Libyan Deputy Prime Minister joins Dr. Buttigieg and they tour pavilion (4 shots)

    Initials VS/17.34 VS/17.44
    Background: Libya's Deputy Prime Minister, Major Abdul Salam Jalloud, met the new Prime Minister of Malta, Mr. Dom Mintoff on Friday (9 July ) during a half-day tour of the island. He told Mr. Mintoff that Libyans looked forward to Maltese neutrality to prevent the Soviet and NATO fleets remaining in the Mediterranean. Later, Major Jalloud visited the Libyan pavilion at the Malta International Trade Fair, where he met Malta's Deputy Prime Minister.
    SYNOPSIS: Malta.....after the election victory of Labour leader Mr. Dom Mintoff last month Malta has told the navies that used its ports to stay away until new agreements have been negotiated. Mr. Mintoff's actions received support last Friday when the Deputy Prime Minister of Libya, Major Abdul Salam Jalloud, spent a half-day touring the island. Major Jalloud told Mr. Mintoff that Libyans looked forward to Maltese neutrality to prevent Soviet and NATO fleets remaining in the Mediterranean.
    After his talks with Mr. Mintoff, Major Jalloud headed for the Malta International Trade Fair, where Libya has a pavilion.
    At the Libyan pavilion, the Deputy Prime Minister of Malta, Mr. Buttigieg, was waiting for Major Jalloud to be shown Libya's products. A week earlier the Malta government announced that trading talks would begin between Malta and Libya. Malta's Deputy Prime Minister, said that the two countries were now taking first steps towards better and closer relations.

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVAEEUEC0URROLTEP7PYC2BCVF7E
    Media URN:
    VLVAEEUEC0URROLTEP7PYC2BCVF7E
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    10/07/1971
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:01:13:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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