On Tuesday (6 May) Soviet party and government leaders visited embassy of Yugoslavia in Moscow.
Leonid Brezhnev, Alexei Kosygin and other Soviet leaders enters embassy hall, Signing in the mooring book, standing by the foot of Marshal Tito.
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Background: On Tuesday (6 May) Soviet party and government leaders visited embassy of Yugoslavia in Moscow. They paid tribute to the late president Tito of Yugoslavia, died on 4th May.
Soviet daily newspaper Pravda described him in its editorial article as a faithful true son of peoples of Yugoslavia.
In the message sent to the leadership of the country by the Central committee of Soviet communist party and Council of Ministers is said that in these days it is stated again the intention of the Soviet Union to strengthen friendly relations with the Yugoslavia and Yugoslavia's Communist Union on the basis of strict observation of principles and agreements reached at the summit talks, non-interference in internal affairs.