Ernest Speaks to UN assembly about Korean War and Soviets lack of co-operation.
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Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin addresses the United Nations Organisation (UNO) General Assembly at Lake Success, New York, United States of America (USA).
Panning shot assembly. L/S Bevin walking to rostrum. Various M/Ss Bevin speaking from rostrum (natural sound).
Bevin refers to Korean war, and says that afterwards there must not be North Koreans and South Koreans but just Korean. He talks about the difficulties of getting USSR to agree to atomic and arms inspection, he says that as long the Soviets shuts their doors no confidence can be expected. Bevin also refers to the UNO having not only Governments but the people behind it.
Bevin walks from rostrum to much applause, he takes his seat in the assembly.