Nikita Khruschev interrupts Harold Macmillan's speech at United Nations meeting. America.
Unissued / Unused material.
Title - 'United Nations. Macmillan speaks, Khruschev protests'.
New York, United States of America (USA).
Elevated MS General Assembly applauding, pan over the Assembly as Harold Macmillan makes his way to rostrum. LS as Macmillan makes his way amidst prolonged applause. Various shots Macmillan on rostrum the Assembly applauds with the exception of Nikita Khruschev and his colleagues. LS Macmillan on rostrum.
LS Khruschev and colleagues thumping table when Macmillan defends Dag Hammarskjold. Elevated LS General Assembly. CU Macmillan speaking, he mentions the many plans which have been made for disarmament in the past fifteen years, and of the plan made last year by Selwyn Lloyd and of the next day when Khruschev also introduced one. MS Khruschev standing up and interrupting Macmillan when he speaks on the Paris Summit and Disarmament.
CU Macmillan speaking, with cut-in of Khruschev listening and shaking his head. Macmillan says it is not enough just to sign agreements we must have assurance that the agreements will be rigorously adhered to. Elevated MS Assembly applauding as Macmillan leaves rostrum.
Cataloguer's note: American commentary, poor sound quality.