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Federal Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany Helmut Schmidt in the USSR

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Abstract
Visit of the Federal Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany G. Schmidt and his wife, accompanied by the Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs Genscher in the USSR. Moscow. Solemn meeting at the airport, among the greeters General Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee Leonid Brezhnev, Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR AN Kosygin, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the USSR AA Gromyko. Talks in the Kremlin between G. Schmidt and L. I. Brezhnev in the presence of A. N. Kosygin, A. A. Gromyko and Genscher. The wife of the Federal Chancellor H. Schmidt visits the Tretyakov Gallery, the Moscow Academic Choreographic School. Lunch in honor of the Federal Chancellor at the Grand Kremlin Palace. Director General of TASS under the Council of Ministers of the USSR L. M. Zamyatin answers journalists' questions at a press conference on the visit of G. Schmidt (synchronously). The signing of the Soviet-West German documents. L. I. Brezhnev and G. Schmidt. Types of the Moscow Kremlin. Ukrainian SSR, Kiev. The streets of the town. Monument to B. Khmelnitsky. Laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in the Park of Eternal Glory. Federal Chancellor H. Schmidt's wife visits the House of Pioneers. G. Schmidt's meeting with the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Ukrainian SSR A.P. Lyashko. Visit to the Kiev-Pechersk State Historical and Cultural Reserve. G. Schmidt gives an interview about the results of the visit (synchronously in German).
Director
E. Vermisheva
Color
Color
Film ID
26785
Keywords
the second world war
, out-of-school education
, media
, christianity
, museums
, political connections
, professional education
, cities
Meterage
657
Number of Parts
3
Operators
V. Baikov, A. Araniev, V. Usanov, E. Yatsun
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1974
Sound
Has Sound

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