Bulganin and Khrushchev at press conference.
Prime Minister of USSR Nikolai Bulganin and Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party Nikita Khrushchev arriving at press conference and taking seats, press applauding. They sit with interpreters before mikes. Bulganin starts talking - Russian, natural sound. He is talking about their 10 days visit to Britain and its significance. Interpreter translating his words. Bulganin is also talking about the places they have visited during their stay. He also talks abut the ideological differences and difficulties during negotiations although not specific matters. In the end he wishes well to people of Britain. Journalists give the interpreter the questions which he translates to Bulganin and Khrushchev who answer them. Questions are not very specific and the answers are even less. Finally, they are announcing that they are leaving today and wish them success and peace. They rise to leave the room.
Date found in the old record - 27/04/1956.