The Saudi Arabian Minister of State, Hishame Muhiuddin Nazer, has been visiting Taiwan for talks with leaders of the Kuomintang regime.
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GV National Palace Museum with Hishame Nazer looking at treasures (6 shots)
MV Nazer and party enter room and greeted by Ching-Kuo Chiang (4 shots)
SV C.K. Yen greeting Nazer, they sit for talks (3 shots)
MR. NAZER & PARTY ARRIVING IN AIRPORT TERMINAL AND BEING GREETED BY OFFICIALS; ARAB PARTY TOURING NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM; ARAB VISITORS MEETING MR. CHIANG; PARTY MEETING MR. YEN.
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Background: The Saudi Arabian Minister of State, Hishame Muhiuddin Nazer, has been visiting Taiwan for talks with leaders of the Kuomintang regime.
The Saudi Minister, who was accompanied by his wife and aides, arrived in Taipei on Friday, February 9. Mr. Nazer is also President of his country's Central Planning Organisation.
The visitors toured cultural centres and factories during their four-day stay. Mr. Nazer is believed to have discussed economic and technical co-operation.
Mr. Nazer was met on arrival by the Minister of Economic Affairs, Dr. Y.S. Sun. Later, the Arab visitors called on the regime's Prime Minister, Ching Kuo Chiang, and its Vice-President, C.K. Yen.
They left for Saudi Arabia on Monday (12 February).
SYNOPSIS: Taiwan has been playing host to a party of Arab visitors. The saudi Arabian Minister of State, Mr. Nazer, accompanied by his wife and aides, stayed for four days.
The island's National Palace Museum, with its array of Chinese treasures, was one of several cultural centres visited by the Saudi Arabian party. However, they also saw the modern said of Taiwan on visits to local factories and power plants.
Talks between Mr. Nazer and the regime's Prime Minister, Mr. Chinag are believed to have covered economic and technical co-operation between Saudi Arabia and Taiwan. Mr. Nazer is also President of Saudi Arabia's Central Planning Organisation. The Regime's Vice-President, Mr. C.K. Yen, also received the visitors. The round of talks and tours of the island came to a close on Monday when the Saudi Arabian delegation left for home.